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Top Ten Stories from Esri’s International User Conference

Tuesday, July 29th 2014
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Summary:

Did you miss the news from the Esri International User's Conference, July 14-17? Directions Magazine's editorial staff was there covering all the action from the Senior Executive Seminar, the Education GIS Conference, the Business Summit and the main plenary sessions. Here are links to 10 articles that will summarize the top news and more.

  1. Esri UC 2014 Plenary: The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same

  2. Making Sense of the Esri UC

  3. Takeaways from the Esri Education GIS Conference 2014

  4. What You Need to Know About GeoNet

  5. The Future of Education: Geography Matters - but so Do Other Things

  6. Operationalizing GIS: A Business Approach

  7. Esri Pivots Toward Business Enablement

  8. ArcGIS Pro: Not Ready for Education Yet

  9. Learn ArcGIS: Esri Embraces New Vision for Teaching and Learning GIS

  10. Open Data: A Policy Required for Emergency Response and Management

 

Find all the news from the UC at our Esri Channel ... articles, blog posts, press releases, and more.

... See these videos from the Esri UC Plenary

From the plenary session

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