The Challenge UMass Lowell (UML) was looking for a campus viewer application that didn’t rely on Flash based software, as it would no longer be supported after 2019. The solution needed to support the large amount of data they wanted to share, offer some options for custom searching and module development, and be supported on […]
Have you ever hired someone to build a solution for you, only to get something that didn’t quite meet your needs? Perhaps you have gotten through a notable portion of the development cycle in a project, only to realize the requirements weren’t clear enough at the start. Maybe you’ve struggled with determining how to define […]
GEO Jobe is excited to announce a new initiative for 2020 where customers who choose to simplify their ArcGIS Enterprise deployment will be receiving licenses of GEO Jobe Products included for a year for free as part of GEO Jobe’s Enterprise Deployment Services in the GEOPowered Cloud. This includes Admin Tools for ArcGIS Enterprise Portal […]
The Challenge Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) was using ArcGIS Online paired with desktop based on-premise workflows. They were looking for a solution that met their security needs while also being self-governed. The solution needed to give the GIS team the ease and ability to administer all parts of the environment.
The boys are back in town! We are pleased to be back for GeoConX 2019, taking place October 27-30 at the Cobb Galleria Center in Atlanta, GA. Our very own David Hansen and Danny Menikheim will be manning our booth – #421. Whether this is your first GeoConX conference or you’re a seasoned veteran, you […]
While OAuth 2.0 is Esri’s recommended methodology for handling security and authentication for their ArcGIS platform, not everyone using it understands what it does or how to implement it. Here at GEO Jobe, we’ve had to explain it to more than a few of the people we’ve worked with. As such, we thought we’d lay […]
The question really isn’t “What is a Micro GIS?” It’s a small scale GIS implementation. The question is “Why Micro GIS and why now?” To start a GIS, entities need a place to start. For most GIS implementations, a georeferenced basemap is the first step. The best basemap is one that enables other layers that […]
Introduction: Datastory has discovered that visualizing data on maps and applying sophisticated GIS techniques to find hidden patterns in the data can assist the success of any organization. Using maps, they cure analytic blind spots to help businesses and communities discover their unique “Datastory”.