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Podcast: Tackling GIS Software Inertia

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Tuesday, April 24th 2012


GIS software inertia involves the use of programs the same way for weeks, months and years without any change. Existing but not yet found or explored tools, new enhancements and workflows are left to gather electronic dust as users continue to do the same tasks, the same way. Why does this happen? Is it healthy for employees? Employers? How can the silent epidemic be eradicated?

Show Notes

 

The Esri Education GIS Conference will be held July 21-24 in San Diego, California. Attend the conference to meet with other GIS educators and learn how to maximize your GIS investment at your institution. For more information and to register to attend, visit esri.com/educ.

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