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Exploring the Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce’s Restaurant Members with Story Maps

For years, Brookhaven, Georgia has been one of Atlanta’s best kept secrets for great food and entertainment. Recently, Brookhaven has seen a boom to its economy and is now quickly becoming known as a top neighborhood/restaurant destination. To help local businesses prosper, the Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce […]

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NBC Leaks Cyberattack Map that Should Concern Everyone

In late July, NBC News published a top-secret map from the National Security Agency (NSA) pinpointing more than 600 cyber assaults, allegedly conducted by the Chinese government, which targeted U.S. government agencies, critical infrastructures, corporations and private citizens. On the plus side, the map isn’t a depiction […]

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Product Spotlight: Crowdsource Reporter and Crowdsource Manager

What is data without context? What is community engagement without social media integration? Crowdsource Reporter is a way for your organization or municipality to combine data regarding your local geography and important information about your community into one platform which integrates with both Facebook and Twitter! In […]

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A Firewall Is Only as Good as Its Design

Last month, I promised to spend some time on the features all businesses should seek when purchasing a firewall. These are the “must haves”—minimal criteria for protecting your company. It’s certainly possible to purchase even more feature-laden firewalls, but many business owners focus on cost ahead of […]

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“Boys, get up! Benny’s coming!” Recreating the Battle of Cowpens using GIS and ArcGIS Online

The Battle of Cowpens took place in the southern campaign of the Revolutionary War on January 17, 1781.  The battle was a decisive victory for the Americans and has come to be known as the turning point in the southern campaign of the Revolutionary War. In the […]

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The Power of Open Source Mapping: Using Leaflet to Create Beautiful Interactive Web Maps

Despite their dominance of the industry, there is more to GIS than the Esri suite of products. While it has tremendous value and is the most feature-packed solution on the market there is still a place for a lightweight, open source alternative. One of the most popular […]

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ArcGIS Online Story Map: Georgia Breweries, Brewpubs, and Client Brewers

Maps are not simply avenues for displaying location data. If you look a little bit closer you will see that they each have their own story to tell. As one of roughly 50 firms designated with the ArcGIS Online Specialty, InterDev excels at not only making online maps that […]

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External versus Internal Risk, and How the Wrong Definition Can Harm Your Business

When companies think of risk mitigation, they often sort risk into two categories—internal and external. It’s tempting to categorize risk as “external” if the culprit is outside your company, i.e. an outsider who breaks in, physically or digitally, and steals corporate assets. Surprisingly, however, break-ins are not […]

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Cartography Spotlight: Coordinate System Basics

Coordinate System Basics The challenge of representing a spherical Earth on a flat surface has posed many problems to academics of all types over the past two thousand years. The attempt to solve these problems has resulted in the systematic representation of all or part of the […]

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Geoprocessing Spotlight: Split a Line Feature into Multiple Equal Length Features

There are many out of the box geoprocessing tools available in ArcDesktop. They range from buffers, to conversions, to network analysis, and everything in between. However, there are some tasks that one might want to complete that Esri has not been kind enough to provide an out-of-the […]

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