Topics: Application Development, arcGIS, ArcGIS Hosting, arcgis https, ArcGIS JS API, arcgis security, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Server Hosting, arcgis ssl, Cloud, Dojo, jQuery, mobile, Mobile Applications, ROK Mobile
We are all aware that the government is not only in need of an IT infrastructure overhaul in many of its departments, but also that they are now actively seeking it. This will give civilian experts nationwide the chance to consider scaling up their solutions for the fed. IT infrastructure for government is a hot topic in the tech world and a feasible collaboration for companies who can accommodate a range of solutions for the all-encompassing infrastructure paradigm. Cloud computing is an aspect of IT infrastructure for the government that is of particular interest as it would alleviate many of their challenges with one integrated solution. It requires a partnership with some form of IT entity or cloud provider, which can have other benefits as well.
Have you ever made a sizable investment in new software to make life and work simpler, brought it home, felt the newness of the packaging in your hands, and placed up on something altar-like above your computer only to find in that same place completely untouched months later? We’ve all been there. Whether it’s Rosetta Stone, the Adobe Suite, or Esri Software, the sinking feeling is the same. There’s aren’t many things worse than letting that investment go to waste in the box it came in, especially when it’s brand new Esri software, designed to make your organization more profitable by helping you make better decisions based on the real hard data of your experience.
This month’s ROK Star Update goes out to the Forest Preserve District of Will County, based in Joliet, Illinois. We follow in celebration of their much anticipated interactive map release--a Flash application designed to let users find and explore their forest preserves, visitor centers, trails, and activities located throughout Will County’s 849 square miles.
Mike, Jason, and I just returned from a fantastic trip to Palm Springs California. We attended Esri's Partner Conference and want to share some of the notable exciting developments for the ArcGIS© Platform.
Topics: Application Development, arcGIS, ArcGIS Hosting, ArcGIS JS API, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Server Hosting, ArcSDE, Business Partner, Cloud, Conference, Esri, GeoDatabase, GIS, Infrastructure as a Service, Mapping Services, ROK Technologies, Uncategorized
Remember the last time you looked up at the sky? Maybe it was blue, completely clear or even partly cloudy. Whatever the case, I’d be willing to bet that if you’ve ever appreciated a gorgeous day, you’ll agree that there’s a certain (and substantial) peace of mind knowing that we can always count on a piece of sky overhead.
Topics: Application Development, arcGIS, ArcGIS Hosting, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Platform, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Server Hosting, ArcSDE, Cloud, Cloud GIS, Data, Esri, GeoDatabase, GIS, GoMaps, Infrastructure as a Service, Instant Enterprise, Mapping Services, mobile, Performance, ROK Technologies, Virtualized Desktop
Well, first the bad news. There isn't one single cure-all for ArcGIS Server performance issues. The good news is, with some patience, you can get to the bottom of just about any issue you run into.
Based on participant feedback from ROK’s latest webinar on Instant Enterprise, I’d like to follow up with a series of blogs to address the main ideas from that talk. Today we are going to examine how ROK's Instant Enterprise improves performance within your organization. In order to do so, I am going to paint a picture of a common GIS organization called AnyGISShop.
Topics: Application Development, arcGIS, ArcGIS Hosting, ArcGIS JS API, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Server Hosting, ArcSDE, ArcSDE SQL, Cloud, Custom Apps, Esri, GeoDatabase, GIS, GoMaps, GoMaps 4, Infrastructure as a Service, Instant Enterprise, Performance, ROK Technologies, Virtualized Desktop