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Tuesday, March 26 • 08:00 - 12:00
Distributed Collaboration

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With distributed collaboration, you can connect and integrate your GIS across a network of participants, enabling you to organize and share content between individuals, businesses, and communities. Distributed collaboration (or simply collaboration) is based on a foundation of trust and driven by common goals or initiatives. Once you've established a trusted collaboration, you are able to extend your GIS content to a network of participants. Shared content becomes discoverable for each participant in the collaboration. There are many different patterns within distributed collaboration involving ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Online, or a combination of the two.

Cost: $50

Format & Requirements:  Hands-on and Lecture.  Attendees will be required to bring their own internet capable laptops and access to an ArcGIS Online Organizational account with “Creator” level access (formally known as “Level 2”).

Speakers
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John Sharrard

Solution Engineer, Esri
John Sharrard is a GIS Solutions Engineer for Esri and works as part of a team supporting Esri customers in the Pacific Northwest. He has been working in the GIS field for 32 years. John concentrates on GIS solutions for Local Government, 3D GIS, Geo-Design, Land Records, and Transportation... Read More →



Tuesday March 26, 2019 08:00 - 12:00
Teton Room Red Lion Downtowner, 1800 W Fairview Ave

Attendees (8)