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July 30th, 2008
Monitoring Your Spatial Enterprise: How IT/GIS Managers are Improving System Reliability

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IT/GIS managers in both the public and private sector are facing everincreasing pressure to deliver IT services to employees and the public more efficiently. Correspondingly, optimizing the up-time and maintaining access to GIS data has become a primary interest of many GIS managers. With the deployment of Internet mapping applications in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s such as Environmental Systems Research Institute’s (ESRI®) ArcIMS® software, online spatial data applications have become a key component in the way organizations conduct their business and communicate with the public in many industries. Online GIS components have leveraged increased capabilities to add value and integrate with work processes and enterprise data management systems and software. Access to GIS data and decision-making support has become “mission-critical” for organizations around the world.

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