GEO Jobe is Now Providing the Ultimate Collection of ArcGIS Administration Solutions

Since 2017, GEO Jobe GIS Consulting has served over 7,000 organizations world-wide with our products and services. Over the years, we have taken feedback and requests regarding our users’ needs and challenges, and provided solutions to make ArcGIS Administration much easier. This year, we provide the following three products that we are collectively referring to […]

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HTTP – Countdown to Breakdown

Esri recently announced that they will be strictly enforcing HTTPS on ArcGIS Online starting December 2020. If you are wondering, what does this mean and what to do next, don’t worry. Esri has put out full documentation describing what’s affected and how to remedy it.  In addition, Esri Canada has also put out a great, […]

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Admin Tools 1.6 and High Volume Mode

Massive amounts of Items, Groups, and Users in Your Organization? No Problem! ArcGIS Administrators from over 6,000 organizations worldwide have come to depend on Admin Tools for ArcGIS for its simple user interface as well as other essential features, including performing bulk operations across items, users, and groups, viewing item dependencies, and migrating content from […]

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20 Years of GEO Jobe

2019 marks the twentieth year of operations for GEO Jobe. Twenty years is a long time in this business. Bob Dylan is famous for saying, “The Times They Are A-Changin’ “ and that statement may be truer now than it was when it was written in 1963. As GEO Jobe’s Chief Operating Officer, I want […]

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Admin Tools Update 1.6

What’s new in 1.6? Admin Tools 1.6 is bringing in a lot of new features, improvements, and bug fixes to make using Admin Tools more powerful and more convenient to use than ever. New features include a new tool for adding layers to maps in bulk, a built-in text editor allowing you to view and […]

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Back to School! Or: How to Spend Your Time Managing Your Classes, And Not Your ArcGIS Content With Admin Tools and Clean My Org.

Teaching GIS means making sure the instructor has all the available tools and information to do their job, as well as the time to effectively do so. That time should be dedicated to planning and assisting students with coursework, not digging around content and time-intensive workflows. GEO Jobe’s philosophy is “The Power of GIS, Simplified.” […]

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