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eSpatial releases new upgrade to eSpatial OnDemand GIS™

by Laura Lilienthal on

This article may quote data or refer to features or workflows no longer applicable to the current version of eSpatial, which is updated every 6-8 weeks. Please refer to our help section for more up to date information 21 July 2011 eSpatial, leading provider of GIS (Geographical Information Systems) and pioneer in GIS delivered via Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), has released an upgrade to eSpatial OnDemand GIS™. A free 14-day trial of eSpatial OnDemand GIS is available at: www.espatial.com/trial Available for both...

https://www.espatial.com/articles/new-upgrade

eSpatial releases upgrade to eSpatial OnDemand GIS™

by Philip O'Doherty on

This article may quote data or refer to features or workflows no longer applicable to the current version of eSpatial, which is updated every 6-8 weeks. Please refer to our help section for more up to date information eSpatial, leading provider of GIS (Geographical Information Systems) and pioneer in GIS delivered via Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), has released an upgrade to eSpatial OnDemand GIS™, featuring significant enhancements to user administration, data imports and the user interface. A free 14-day trial of eSpatial...

https://www.espatial.com/articles/espatial-releases-upgrade-to-espatial-ondemand-gis

Moving Office into the cloud

by Laura Lilienthal on

29 June 2011 Microsoft officially launched Office 365 yesterday, making its well-known Office suite available via cloud delivery. Cloud delivery is hardly new. Business giants like Google, Amazon and Salesforce have long since adopted and made the cloud not only a viable option, but also an attractive one. By throwing its weight behind a cloud launch for what is arguably its flagship product suite, Microsoft only underlines what many technology analysts have already been saying: The cloud isn't going to...

https://www.espatial.com/articles/moving-office-into-the-cloud

New download: Security statement

Author image - Chelsey Walshby Chelsey Walsh on

The security and reliability of eSpatial OnDemand GIS is of paramount importance to us. We understand the importance of keeping our customers’ data secure, and our GIS software available – and have taken a number of measures to ensure this. Security Statement Our Security statement outlines the steps we've taken to ensure the security and reliability of eSpatial OnDemand GIS Download Now (PDF, 188KB)

https://www.espatial.com/articles/new-download-security-statement

New download: “10 Great reasons to choose SaaS delivery for your GIS software”

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This article may quote data or refer to features or workflows no longer applicable to the current version of eSpatial, which is updated every 6-8 weeks. Please refer to our help section for more up to date information Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery is a widespread way of providing end users with software. Sometimes referred to as software "in the cloud", SaaS makes business applications available from any Internet-connected computer, anywhere in the world, with only a browser and a login. SaaS...

https://www.espatial.com/articles/new-download-10-great-reasons-to-choose-saas-delivery-for-your-gis-software

Time to change

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Philip O'Doherty, eSpatial's CEO, has an article published in Directions magazine, entitled: "It's Time to Change: How SaaS Will Enable the GIS Industry to Move Forward and Engage With New Market Opportunities". In the article, Philip outlines the advantages that Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery affords the GIS industry when addressing opportunities in new markets. Read the full article here

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Still much fog as cloud technology sweeps into GIS arena

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18 November 2010 Despite a renewed emphasis on GIS as a Service and GIS in the cloud there is still some confused thinking about what the move to the cloud technology means for how geospatial information systems might be used and deployed in the coming years. I attended and spoke at a recent summit on Location Intelligence in the Cloud and was heartened to see a significant interest in GIS as a Service as users attempted to get to the...

https://www.espatial.com/articles/still-much-fog-as-cloud-technology-sweeps-into-gis-arena

The Rise of the Cloud = The Demise of the Desktop

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23 September 2010 The Rise of the Cloud = The Demise of the Desktop” What it will take for GIS companies to weather the cloud computing storm That’s the title of the presentation I gave at the LIGeoCloud event in Washington DC yesterday. As hoped, this led to some lively debate! I discussed my view on how SaaS and cloud computing will become the dominant delivery method for geospatial capabilities in enterprise and line-of-business information systems. The point I made...

https://www.espatial.com/articles/the-rise-of-the-cloud-the-demise-of-the-desktop

Every cloud has a silver lining

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This article may quote data or refer to features or workflows no longer applicable to the current version of eSpatial, which is updated every 6-8 weeks. Please refer to our help section for more up to date information 7 September 2010 Only “GIS as a Service” has potential to meet growing demand for geospatial technology. There is a growing consensus that the future of software is tied to cloud computing and software as a service. Someday, all software will run...

https://www.espatial.com/articles/every-cloud-has-a-silver-lining

GIS and SaaS

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This article may quote data or refer to features or workflows no longer applicable to the current version of eSpatial, which is updated every 6-8 weeks. Please refer to our help section for more up to date information We've revamped our product offerings, updated our website and now added this blog to keep you up-to-date with the changing world of GIS and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). As one of the first GIS software developers to embrace the Web wholeheartedly with the first pure-web...

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eSpatial Appoints SaaS Veteran to Support Global Launch of new SaaS GIS Platform

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This article may quote data or refer to features or workflows no longer applicable to the current version of eSpatial, which is updated every 6-8 weeks. Please refer to our help section for more up to date information eSpatial, a leading GIS (Geographic Information System), Location Information Solutions and online mapping company today announced the appointment of Mr. Colm Mulcahy as Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, with key responsibility for its fast growing SaaS GIS business. Mulcahy brings more than...

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