May 9, 2017
By Summer Benish
Zero-code and low-code mobile development platforms aren’t playing game 7 of the Eastern Conference series where only one team can win (which will be the Caps not the Penguins, sorry Basil). Both teams can win when you realize they are complementary concepts that together can transform the future enterprise.
April 28, 2017
By George Demmy
I can’t count the times I have stumbled upon something that I wanted to instantly share with others. Obviously, this is common, as any quick browse of Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Instagram, etc., will quickly prove. I hear cats are pretty popular.
There are, however, numerous contexts in which you DON’T want to share what you are seeing with your 8,372 closest and not so close friends, just that group for whom it would be valuable.
What does all of this have to do with ArcGIS, you ask?
April 18, 2017
By Mike Gundling
In an era when IT departments are tasked with doing more for less, while still being depended upon to drive the competitive advantage, TerraGo has stepped up with a solution to span the dichotomy: TerraGo Magic.
A zero-code platform that lets end users build mobile applications by clicking choices from a menu, rather than writing code, TerraGo Magic enables IT departments to deliver a data collection tool to those who will use it without relinquishing control over architecture, integration and security choices.