Software Maintenance Ahead

Important ArcGIS Server Security Alert

Michael Krome Location Intelligence

Esri has announced that they have discovered a critical security vulnerability in ArcGIS Server when specially constructed steps are taken by persons with network access to the ArcGIS deployment to exploit Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF), which can potentially be used to obtain access to sensitive internal system information by unauthorized individuals.  This issue is present in versions 10.4 – 10.7.1 …

ArcGIS Pro 2.5 release

ArcGIS Pro 2.5 sneak peek

Michael Krome Location Intelligence

In the coming weeks, Esri will be releasing the new version of ArcGIS Pro, which will contain some new functionality, as well as some long-awaited enhancements to existing tools. Part of the Esri Enterprise and SaaS platforms, ArcGIS Pro is Esri’s powerful, single desktop GIS application. ArcGIS Pro supports data visualisation, advanced analysis and authoritative data maintenance in both 2D …

Unpacking what's new in ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.1

Unpacking ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.1

Greg Lauer Location Intelligence

ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.1 is now available for all eligible Esri customers. It brings a new level of stability to the 10.7 platform, making it a good proposition for sites that haven’t yet upgraded, but also delivers a range of new enhancements woven throughout the many features of the package. With the release of 10.7 in March 2019 we saw the …

What's new ArcGIS 10.6

Exploring what’s new in ArcGIS 10.6

Michael Krome Location Intelligence, News & Announcements

On 17 January, Esri announced the release of ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6. Together with recently announced licensing changes, this new release expands on the software’s key capabilities, including deploying mapping, analytics, data management from both Public and Private Cloud platforms, leveraging customised self-serve web delivery solutions. ArcGIS 10.6 is now available for download to users currently on maintenance. Here’s a quick overview …

Esri licensing changes

Esri licensing changes and what they mean for you

Michael Krome Location Intelligence, News & Announcements

In response to customer feedback during the 2017 user conference, a series of changes in Esri software licensing came into effect on 1 January 2018. These changes open up the opportunities for organisations to extend GIS applications to larger numbers of viewer, or read only users without impacting licensing costs and to maximise current investment with concurrent use licensing. Here’s …