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Tuesday
Jul222014

My Esri

My Esri is a new global initiative which aims to provide a single “one-stop” website for customers to interact with Esri and Esri UK. It launched on the 7th July at my.esri.com.

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Tuesday
Jul222014

Announcing the ArcGIS Pro beta program

ArcGIS Pro is the latest addition to the ArcGIS for Desktop product family. It is a new application and is due for release later this year as part of ArcGIS 10.3. Esri UK would like to invite our current ArcGIS for Desktop customers to download ArcGIS Pro and participate in its beta program.

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Tuesday
Jul222014

GeoNet - from forums to a community

If you have visited our online forums recently you will have noticed they have changed into a brand new online community: welcome to GeoNet. This is much more than just a new forums location and is a very flexible space for information sharing and communication.

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Thursday
Jul172014

New Global Elevation data services

Esri’s commitment to providing high quality spatial Content available in the ArcGIS Platform continues with the exciting new release of Global Elevation data services. Find out more about these services in this article....

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Friday
Jul112014

Using Google Docs in your ArcGIS Online maps

Some of you may already have used Google Docs in an ArcGIS Online webmap. Recently Google Docs have removed the ability to publish a Google Spreadsheet to the web as a CSV (comma-separated values). BUT fear not, there is a way to still complete the workflow in the blog, just read on!

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