As the longest-running continually published GIS periodical, with about 800,000 subscribers, ArcNews is the publication that GIS users of all levels read to find out about new ways to employ GIS and what’s new with ArcGIS technology. The majority of the articles in ArcNews are submitted by Esri users.
Whether you have just learned what the letters G, I, and S stand for or you have spent a few decades applying geography to solve complex problems, ArcNews has articles that can help you make sense of the ArcGIS technology you are using and be more productive with GIS in your line of work.
Does your small GIS staff have too much to do and too little money to do it with? Perhaps you are trying to persuade other managers in your company to start using GIS in their own departments. Either way, each issue of ArcNews has a range of articles that seek to inspire GIS managers in all industries.
Not sure what GIS is, exactly, but you have signed up to take a class? Read ArcNews, and you will find out all the ways in which GIS can be used—from ensuring that a department of transportation has enough snowplows to clear roads during a snowstorm to showing a retail customer where the local competition is.
Editor: Citabria Stevens
Executive Editor: Monica Pratt
Copy Editors: Mary Anne Chan, Linda Thomas
Graphic Designer: Takeshi Kanemura