Take a journey through new capabilities that can help bring GIS to a broader audience. These short stories feature functionality in the Atlas instant app, ArcGIS Monitor, ArcGIS for Microsoft 365 and ArcGIS StoryMaps.
The new Atlas instant app empowers everyone to make a map, bringing authoritative map content and spatial thinking to new audiences. It is a digital atlas book of curated, interactive map collections that are easy to explore with layers of context, containing simple analysis and the ability to be shared.
ArcGIS for Microsoft 365
Everyone can experience the power of GIS with ArcGIS for Microsoft 365. Automatically geocode and dynamically map points in a spreadsheet, geoenrich data with ArcGIS functions and add layers from the Living Atlas or your own organization to bring in additional context. ArcGIS for Excel and the ArcGIS for Microsoft 365 suite of applications allow everyone to bring location insights into their work.
ArcGIS Monitor helps simplify your approach to monitoring system performance, allowing a GIS system administrator or IT department to track the health of a GIS. It monitors key components in a GIS, from the portal to the database and servers, creating alerts when there are anomalies and helping troubleshoot to identify the cause of the issue.
A new enhancement in ArcGIS StoryMaps brings the story map experience into a slide-based presentation tool. Briefings add meaningful context to presentations with compelling and interactive visuals. And, Briefings can be presented offline on a tablet to share with anyone, anywhere and at any time.