Smarter, Easier, and More Secure When providing features through services in ArcGIS Enterprise, you may need to limit visible data for users or groups with different security levels or require only specific geographic extents. con terra‘s security.manager NEXT is an excellent solution that extends ArcGIS Enterprise, and now stand alone ArcGIS Server, to provide fine […]
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 […]
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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!
Check out this video to see how security.manager allows you to grant users access to your data easily, while still controlling the content each user can view.
Recall, just prior to the 2018 ESRIUC, we shared details of a new partnership with our colleagues at con terra – a leading provider of GIS software and professional services in Europe. security.manager allows the assignment of individual access permissions to different user groups, thereby ensuring that everyone gets access only to what they are entitled to.
News: con terra and GEO Jobe announce partnership – GEO Jobe now offers security.manager ArcGIS Edition
con terra GmbH, a leading provider of GIS software and professional services in Europe, and GEO Jobe GIS, creator of Admin Tools for ArcGIS and leading experts on ArcGIS Enterprise, today announced a partnership that makes security.manager – ArcGIS Edition available to the North American market and beyond.
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In a recent article by Troy Lambert, he asks, Will industries create internal positions for drone pilots and UAV data specialists, or will they outsource them? It’s a good question, and one of many with a mixed answer: it depends.