Ah yes Groupon… are you still using the service and mobile app to locate great local deals nearby? This infographic from 16Best.net includes a timeline, fun facts, funding info, philanthropy work and many more noteworthy facts about Groupon – enjoy! [Read more…] about Infographic Shares All You Need To Know About Groupon
Save the Date – UAS West Symposium, Opportunities, Needs and Challenges
12 February, 2018 – 13 February, 2018, San Diego, CA, United States [Read more…] about UAS Event Tip – UAS West Symposium
With all the great techno gagdetson sale over the holidays, perhaps you used the opportunity to pick up a fun, new home/office digital assistant. For you Amazon fans and in particular, Amazon Prime members, Alexa via the Echo Dot is a great start and she can help you with many tasks. The following are just a few things Alexa can help you with. [Read more…] about Hey Alexa – 25 Things you can ask your new Alexa on Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Plus from Amazon
A reminder of this fine, niche Career resource for this busy, end of the year recruiting and hiring season. Be sure to consider complementing your recruiting of GeoTech professionals by using GEOjobs.BIZ
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Esri Maps Highlight Net Neutrality Implications — With discussions about net neutrality intensifying, Esri has created a suite of interactive maps to illustrate the current state of the Internet access and behavior across the US. From analyzing predominant Internet connection types to highlighting the communities that have already been left behind in the digital divide, these maps provide critical context for understanding how and where potential changes to net neutrality will impact Americans. [Read more…] about Mapping Net Neutrality Implications – The State of Internet Access & What Do Americans Do Online?
ArcGIS Pro, which is part of ArcGIS Desktop, is the next step in the evolution of ArcGIS Technology from Esri. Users have access to ArcGIS Pro via the same organizational desktop license that they’ve always had. Pro is not really a new product, rather, it is new technology along with a new look and feel, new UI, and new capabilities. [Read more…] about Tips to Help You Migrate to ArcGIS Pro
Once again there seems to be plans to dismantle Net neutrality, essentially handing over control of the web to the likes of Comcast, AT&T, Verizon and other big names in communications. Nothing to worry about really, unless you happen to own a tech startup, plan on deploying an Internet-based startup, work for one or depend on high speed Internet for your livelihood! So, what does it all mean? [Read more…] about What the End of Net Neutrality Will Really Mean for you and Why it sucks!
So tragic to once again see the winds picking up in SoCal and an active wildfire outbreak to go with them. Two fires erupted overnight in Southern California. The Thomas fire in Ventura County started last night and has burned 45,000 acres and destroyed more than 150 structures. The Creek fire is burning near Sylmar and has prompted officials to evacuate more than 8,000 homes. [Read more…] about Interactive map of the Southern California Wildfires
Will you be shopping this year during Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Eletronics are always the hot ticket and this year is no different. Sure it’s a great time to fill up your home with awesome gadgets, however, for you business this is also a great time to use up some year-end expense $$ and also upgrade your office equipment. [Read more…] about Amazon’s Black Friday Deals Sneak Peek