What are the key takeaways from the past weeks’ disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Esri’s Partner Conference and SXSW?
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Microsoft, IBM, Apple and SAP have been making huge investments in geospatial technology and in cases working together. Are there implications for a new era in enterprise spatial analytics? Is this the dawn of true big data geospatial analytics?