How Adobe Software is Being Used in the GIS Industry

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In our past blog postings, we’ve profiled a number of GIS companies offering many types and kinds of services and products to their customers. For example, many of them have tools, such as satellites, which can take the most robust pictures of specific landmarks with the greatest of clarity. Other business entities make use of UAV machinery to fly a few miles above the clouds to capture even more remote and desolate images. Others offer Cloud based services which can host greatly detailed maps and other landmark based photographs. Read More

Introducing the SuperGIS Server

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The world of GIS has become a lot more sophisticated and complex than one might think. For example, it is much more than simply taking pictures and snapshots of various landmarks and landscapes. It now involves the use of drone based technology, satellites taking extremely detailed pictures of the topography of the earth, and even determining the geologic impacts of land formations. Not only this, but the IT infrastructure used for creating and developing applications in this regard has become extremely sophisticated, as well. Read More

New GIS Services coming to Eurostat

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EuroGeographics is one of the largest GIS based business entities in the entire European Union. It was founded back in 2002, as result of the merger between the Comitée Européen des Responsables de la Cartographie Officielle (CERCO) and the Comitée Européen des Responsables de la Cartographie Officielle (CERCO).  Read More

The Telecom Industry is cracking down Hard on Telemarketers

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One of the facts of everyday life is that we will always receive telephone calls and spam e-mails from companies wanting to sell us their products and services. Of course, there is nothing wrong with that. However, when it becomes an annoyance and happens on repeated occasions, it can be a huge problem. Thank goodness for technology. Due to technology, we can easily send solicitation e-mails directly to our spam folder and we can even divert those pesky phone calls by adding our phone numbers to the “Do Not Call List,” which is directly supported by the Federal Government. Read More

AT&T Hit by Attackers

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In today’s business world, it appears that cyber attacks and other forms of security related threats have become the norm. In fact, it has become to be a game of cat and mouse. Just as quickly as vendors release the latest software patches, hackers are creating and launching stealthier and more covert attacks. In some cases, the hackers seem to be one step ahead. The reality is that, in the end, no industry is immune to these threats, including the telecom sector. Read More

How GIS Data can be used to Track Consumer Behavior

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With stock and other financial markets reaching new highs and with unemployment at its lowest levels since the global recession of the last decade, the American consumer now has much more disposable income and spending power. One of the best places to spend this extra cash is at the mall, especially during these hot summer months. At the mall, one can find great bargains while enjoying a favorite dessert or ice cream.

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Watch out SMB Owners! AT&T and Verizon Expected to Increase Prices

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Whenever a new product or service is released by a new vendor, especially if it comes from a large company like Microsoft, the impact, whether negative or positive, is immediately felt by both new and existing customers. Such is the case in the telecom and cable industries. Just as in the software industry, there are only a few giants that have a monopolistic control over this particular market, especially when it comes to pricing for Internet based services. Read More

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