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Welcome to the technical sessions schedule for the 2015 Annual Fall NEARC Conference. 

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Wednesday, November 11 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Managing Data in the Modern ArcGIS Environment

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Michael Mannion, Mannion Geosystems

Since the advent of the ArcGIS platform at the turn of this century, "data management" has been largely synonymous with "geodatabase management". As ArcGIS continues its burgeoning growth to meet the needs of new user communities, particularly non-GIS professionals, so have the options for managing geospatial content. This session focuses on helping decision makers who are evaluating, or are transitioning to, an ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS for Portal environment understand the available data management options and choose among them. Topics include: local and cloud-based storage; geodatabases, the ArcGIS Data Store, and hosted ArcGIS Online layers; publishing data as ArcGIS for Server services; mobile data access and editing; and synchronizing data across multiple repositories and networks. No prerequisite knowledge is required, though a working understanding of ArcGIS will be helpful. 


Michael Mannion

Mannion Geosystems

Wednesday November 11, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
Green Mountain A

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