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Rethinking Surveys

November 23, 2015

By Mike Gundling

There really is no such thing as a garden-variety survey. When we hear the term survey, most of us imagine the property surveys or plats that show our neighborhoods, sub-divisions and home lots. As I write this, literally, work crews are marking utility lines of of gas, water, electric and cable in my neighborhood.

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A New Horizon of Mobile Apps for Defense and Intelligence

November 17, 2015

By Mike Gundling

With mobility reaching near ubiquity in virtually every aspect of our lives, the military and intelligence communities are also harnessing the power of this shift to create the two-way sharing of information between headquarters and the field.

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What’s in your Notebook? Customer Spotlight Blog: Kleinfelder

November 12, 2015

By Michael Archer, Program Manager

Read this blog post from Kleinfelder, a world-leading engineering, science and architectural consulting firm, to take a peek inside their TerraGo Edge notebook.

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REST for the Weary (Developer)

November 9, 2015

By Dave Basil

At TerraGo we’re super-focused on the deployment success of our enterprise customers. Because we’re software developers ourselves, we have a special interest in making it easy for our customers’ developers to be successful working with Edge.  The TerraGo Edge REST API is a home run in both respects. REST is already enabling billions of API calls over the Web every day for services like Google, Facebook, Twitter and Amazon. And REST is the hottest trend in the enterprise integration market today, making it easier than ever to integrate data from mobile, enterprise and cloud services in ways never before possible.   

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