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Espatial not affected

Author image - Patrick Butlerby Patrick Butler on April 11th 2014

Security is a high priority for eSpatial and we are fully aware of the vulnerability called “Heartbleed”, which is a concern for users of OpenSSL, a widely-used opensource cryptographic software library. The Heartbleed Bug It can allow attackers to read the memory of the systems using vulnerable versions of OpenSSL library (1.0.1 through 1.0.1f). This has the potential to disclose the secret keys of vulnerable servers, which allows attackers to decrypt and eavesdrop on SSL encrypted communications and impersonate service...

Want to work at eSpatial? We’re hiring a Software Tester!

by Laura Lilienthal on April 19th 2012

19 April 2012 eSpatial is looking to expand its SQA (Software Quality Assurance) team! We’re hiring a software tester, with the position available immediately. You’ll need to be team focused, quick learning, and have great interpersonal skills – but that’s just to begin with! Read the Software Tester (QA) job spec for all the technical bits!   Agencies and third parties: Thanks for offering, but we’re only interested in dealing directly with candidates at this time. If we need additional...

Using mapping software to increase accessibility of local information

by Laura Lilienthal on November 29th 2011

This article may quote data or refer to features or workflows no longer applicable to the current version of eSpatial, which is updated every 6-8 weeks.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 Click the thumbnail to view a larger screenshot 29 November 2011 Croydon Council, one of the largest boroughs in London, has leveraged eSpatial OnDemand GIS™ to develop a new online map to help its constituents to find information about the area in...

eSpatial Strengthens Relationship with AÇAO Informática, Opening Up SaaS-based GIS Market in South America

by Laura Lilienthal on August 18th 2011

18 August 2011 eSpatial, leading provider of GIS (Geographical Information Systems) and pioneer in GIS delivered via Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), has granted AÇAO Informática exclusive rights to re-sell the SaaS-based edition of eSpatial OnDemand GIS™. AÇAO and eSpatial already have a strong relationship: in 2008, AÇAO was granted the rights to re-sell the server-based edition of eSpatial OnDemand GIS in the South American market. “Our partnership with AÇAO Informática has been mutually rewarding,” says Chief Executive Officer Philip O’Doherty. “We’re excited...

New download: Security statement

Author image - Chelsey Walshby Chelsey Walsh on June 28th 2011

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)