The GIS Directions podcast series is a dynamic mix of industry banter, lively debate, and interesting opinions on every topic under the geospatial sun.
Join your hosts Wayne Lee-Archer, Ta Taneka and Josh Venman as they dive into the topics and trends that are shaping our spatial world.
Securing your spatial information
Cybersecurity hacks for ArcGIS
Navigating today's cybersecurity landscape is a dizzying ordeal of ever-changing threats, risks and regulations. HTTP vs. HTTPS, Active directory vs. Enterprise vs. Single sign-on authentication and that’s all without considering data sovereignty...
In this episode Ta, Wayne and Josh untangle these hotly debated topics and share trusted resources for safeguarding security, privacy and compliance in ArcGIS.
The art of transforming maps into apps
Tailor end-user experience with interactive apps
Whether you're an expert developer or app building beginner, discover how you can create bespoke, branded apps for any project.
In this special GIS Day episode, Wayne, Ta and Josh share their top tips and must-use tools for transforming traditional web maps into aesthetically-pleasing and intuitive apps.
Map hacks from the master
Lightning-fast lessons for ArcGIS Pro
Cartography connoisseur John Nelson returns, this time to help Wayne and Ta navigate his comprehensive collection of 1-minute map hacks for ArcGIS Pro.
Learn how to put politics aside when plotting disputed areas, texturize topography without compromising colour and map the Earth on an orange peel.
Expand your GIS horizons
Practical tips for keeping up with your training
Staying ahead of the curve with spatial skills, mastering AI and Machine Learning and leveraging the latest ArcGIS products demands a healthy appetite for learning.
In this episode, Ta, Simon and Josh share their insider’s guide to keeping pace with the latest trends in GIS – from following tech influencers for innovative hacks, to practical courses on product offerings.
Spatially-enabling Microsoft essentials
Leverage location in your everyday workflows
In this episode, Simon, Ta and Josh reveal how even non-GIS users can unlock spatial superpowers in the Microsoft suite, bringing rows and columns to life with dynamic visualisations.
Think geo-tagged documents, location-enabled lists and interactive maps for immersive reporting.
Sharing top-shelf maps and apps
A guide to publishing content with confidence
GIS guru Simon Jackson joins Ta and Josh to explore the art of sharing intuitive, targeted mapping products with the web GIS world.
Rather than hitting 'publish' and hoping for the best, follow Simon's three simple steps to improve data management, maintain security and accelerate delivery to end-users.