Are you heading to the Esri European Petroleum GIS Conference in London next week? If so, we encourage you to be sure to visit our colleagues @conterra to learn about security.manager ArcGIS Edition – fine-grained access control in ArcGIS!
con terra, the creators of security.manager, will be sponsoring and attending the Esri European GIS Conference (EPUG), in London, October 30-31. If security.manager sounds like it would help your enterprise and you or your colleagues are attending the conference, we’d be pleased to connect you with them, or you can simply take the opportunity to visit them at their booth in the expo area. For those of you in North America, GEO Jobe will be exhibiting at GeoConX in Dallas, TX, where you can learn more about security.manager.
What is security.manager?
security.manager lets you stay in control of your services. By extending the security model of ArcGIS, security.manager allows GIS Administrators to define permissions not just at the service level, but also to allow authorization of content at the layer-, feature-, and even spatial level. You stay in control of the level of information provided to individual users.
Users can expect a number of benefits from the solution. con terra reminds us of some key benefits:
- Extend GIS systems with enhanced security options
- Provide individual views without deploying several services
- Embed security easily into existing infrastructures
- Manage permissions conveniently in the browser
- Incorporate existing user repositories
- Rely on mature technology
How can security.manager improve your business?
Fine-grained access control is not just for protecting your assets. It is also a means to work smarter with the resources at your disposal. In the past, providing different views of data to different user groups meant publishing multiple services, each of which needed to be maintained, and which consumed valuable time and resources. With security.manager, you stay in control, not the technology. This means you can expose different views of a single service to different groups, greatly reducing the efforts and costs required to achieve your goals.
Find con terra at EPUG, Booth #108 – con terra is an Esri Platinum Partner, offering services and technology extensions for the ArcGIS Platform. With their security.manager product, con terra enables customers in the petroleum industry to enforce fine-grained access control on ArcGIS services making business processes sustainability more efficient, economical, and transparent.
For more information on security.manager – ArcGIS Edition
- See www.geo-jobe.com/security-manager
- security.manager – ArcGIS Edition video demo
- con terra – security.manager ArcGIS Edition
- Connect with the GEO Jobe team at ESRI GeoConX Booth #328
By becoming an official reseller of con terra Technologies, GEO Jobe now offers security.manager to our extensive base of existing customers, as well as new customers both in the US and globally.
Freuen uns auf Tag 2 der #INTERGEO. #mapapps #FME #ArcGIS #INSPIRE_EU #opendata #COPERNICUS_EU -Experten am Stand 12.0C.028 #INTERGEO2018 pic.twitter.com/p735sOzZvc
— con terra (@conterra) October 17, 2018