There are many definition of GIS, however the most widely used is the one depicted below. I like this definition due to its simplicity but also because it allows to quickly explain what are the main components of a GIS and to point out the implications that each component has in the success of a GIS deployment.
The image define GIS by its five principal components: data, software, procedures, hardware and the most important one, the user, the group of people that have the knowledge and expertise to operate the system to support the organization’s operations and to adapt it when changes in the business needs occur.
So there has been a new release of ArcGIS Pro and you want to update to the latest version so you can begin using all the new tools and tricks. However, when you access the licensing window within ArcGIS Pro you are met with a similar sight to the below.
This blog aims to highlight the fact that ESRI Australia staff are actively contributing to the content of the main ESRI Inc (US) web site, as well as our own. In fact ESRI Inc is pushing for all local distributors, across the globe to ramp up the amount of ‘ESRI Global Content’ they submit.
Well, here is a link to our first contribution (of many…) to get the official sign off: http://support.esri.com/en/knowledgebase/techarticles/detail/39660.