This resource describes the technology and architecture that cloud service and deployment models offer and key areas of research and development for geographic information system (GIS) technology.
Geocoding determines location by linking longitude and latitude coordinates with street address data. By identifying your best customers’ location and defining how to reach them most effectively you possess the ultimate decision making tool. Utilize the power of location intelligence to know the location of your customers, partners and competitors.
As a result of a citywide reorganization ten years ago, the City of San Diego's Street Services Division was faced with growing inefficiencies in its workforce management systems. This case study examines how San Diego was able to remedy the issue using an integrated geographic information system (GIS) and SAP solution. Read more and discover how.
As the use of cloud computing continues to grow, nearly every organization is developing ways to use this new technology. This white paper discusses and provide examples on how users of geographic information system (GIS) technology could and should benefit from cloud computing. Read more to find out how.
Virtualization is becoming a standard IT practice. It is becoming more popular among ArcGIS customers as well. ESRI uses virtualization technologies for the development, QA and certification processes of ArcGIS Server. This paper provides an overview of virtualization and addresses some common questions regarding ArcGIS Server and virtualization.
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