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A Tour and Preview of ArcGIS.com, ArcGIS Online, and Portal for ArcGIS

A Tour and Preview of ArcGIS.com, ArcGIS Online, and Portal for ArcGIS

Take a world tour of ArcGIS Online’s seamless and free basemaps, preview Portal for ArcGIS, and see what’s coming in ArcGIS Explorer and more with Bern Szukalski, Esri. Integrated into the ArcGIS system, ArcGIS Online is an open community-based portal of maps, apps, and tools contributed by the global GIS community.

Jack Dangermond: Welcome

Jack Dangermond: Welcome

Esri President Jack Dangermond gives his welcome address to the 2011 Esri International User Conference.  He also recognizes users' work across a variety of industries and acknowledges Vincent Hoong Seng Lei, winner of the Enterrpise GIS Award, and Sergei Sapelnikov, winner of the President's Award.

Understanding Our World

Understanding Our World

Jack Dangermond describes his vision for GIS as a tool for extending our minds, which includes using collective intelligence and understanding to deal with earth's challenges. He also discusses how GIS is coevolving with other enabling technologies and previews a new pattern for GIS.

Our Work on ArcGIS 10.1

Our Work on ArcGIS 10.1

Jack Dangermond talks about the ArcGIS system and summarizes the major updates and enhancements in the ArcGIS 10.1 release.  He also talks about Esri's acquisition of Swiss 3D software company Procedural and introduces the ArcGIS for Home Use program.

Intelligent Web Maps and ArcGIS Online

Intelligent Web Maps and ArcGIS Online

Jack Dangermond, Bern Szukalski, and Jeremy Bartley talk about ArcGIS Online as an open platform for creating and sharing maps and geographic information in the cloud and throughout your organization.

Managed Services in the Cloud

Managed Services in the Cloud

Jack Dangermond explains how Esri's managed services, including application hosting, caching, and imagery processing, provide cloud-based ArcGIS infrastructure and support for hundreds of organizations.

What's Next for Esri

What's Next for Esri

Jack Dangermond shares information on various Esri initiatives including software development, training, Esri Press, the Esri Technical Certification Program, the Esri Partner Network, and the Esri Nonprofit Organization Program. He also talks about Esri's goals and status.

The Boston Way

The Boston Way

Chris Osgood, Bill Oates, and Claire Lane from the City of Boston demonstrate how GIS applications are being used to engage citizens and improve the City's efficiency and effectiveness.

A New Pattern for GIS

A New Pattern for GIS

Clint Brown and Scott Oppmann provide an overview and demonstration of  the free templates and applications that make up ArcGIS for Local Government.