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 …

2020 Esri Partner Conference

A Conference in the time of Coronavirus

Michael Krome Location Intelligence, News & Announcements

Reflections on the 2020 Esri Partner Conference How quickly the world changes!  Whilst the risk of Coronavirus has been expanding across the world, when I boarded my flight on Friday morning, I never expected to have an email waiting for me when I landed in the USA, advising that the Esri Developer Summit had been cancelled and the Esri Partner …

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 …

see clarita at ozri 2019

Australia’s largest GIS event of the year is nearly here

Michael Krome Location Intelligence, News & Announcements

One of the most influential and impactful GIS events of the year – Ozri, the annual Australian Esri User Conference – is due to kick off for 2019 in Melbourne on Tuesday 12 November. This year more than 1,500 delegates are expected to participate in the user conference events in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane to hear global user stories, explore …

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 …

ArcGIS online introduces user types

User Types coming to ArcGIS Online

Michael Krome Location Intelligence

The December update for ArcGIS Online is just a few days away, rolling out from midnight (US time) on December 4th. There is a lot of useful functionality packed into this release, including some user interface updates, changes to administrative workflows, but most significantly, the licensing model has evolved to introduce the concept of ‘user types’. Currently, capabilities and identity are …

Michael Krome reports from Palm Springs on the Esri Partner Conference and Dev Summit

5 take-aways from 7 days with Esri

Michael Krome Location Intelligence

Ouch, my head hurts … and driving on the right-hand side of the road has nothing to do with it! After seven days in Palm Springs, initially at the Esri Partner Conference and then the Esri Developer Summit, I feel like I have been drinking from a fire hose! I set out for California on a mission to find information on three GIS …

Cradle Mountain Tasmania

Building smarter dispatch processes

David Lestani Customer Story, EAM

Organisations that maintain assets and infrastructure over large geographic areas face common challenges in dispatching work crews for reactive maintenance works that meet response time commitments. Clarita’s asset management team have recently delivered an exciting project for Tasmania’s water services provider, TasWater, that has reimagined the dispatch process with location context for huge productivity returns. At an estimated 68,400 km2, …