We have daily reporting from evident IO which analyses logs from our cloud-computing vendor and notifies us if we have any violations of their best practices. Current cloud-computing is provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
From 3-GIS | Admin console, the application is configured to manage permissions with user groups, user roles, and edit protections. Some of the configurations an admin can make:
3-GIS backs up hosted customer data daily. For on-premise customers, we suggest an internal backup plan to mitigate risks of data loss.
3-GIS customers retain full ownership and control of the content they store on the cloud platform. Cloud platform providers will not view, use or move customer content unless authorized by 3-GIS.
Yes. 3-GIS has been integrated with dozens of applications. Natively, 3-GIS | Web has the ability to ingest data from an Esri Rest endpoint, and additional resources can be brought into the 3-GIS workspace.
3-GIS provides the data needed to quickly and more efficiently run the business through a variety of outputs, such as, but not limited to:
The following data types can be imported using the 3-GIS import feature:
The following data types can be imported/loaded through standard Esri data conversion and loading tools via hosted server access:
Data can be exported from the application in KMZ, CSV, shapefile, or file geodatabase formats. We can also give customers access to a database file through secure FTP locations.
Any number of sources can be loaded into the system. The user has a drop down menu for selecting from these predefined sources which ones they want to load into each view. Additionally, if a URL is known the user has the ability to pull in that data on the fly.
Users have access to any public Esri base map using 3-GIS | Web. Any map service or image service that is available via Esri REST can be referenced.
Current popular out of the box base maps include the following:
Data democratization is the process of making digital information accessible to the all user of information systems, without requiring the involvement of IT.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a technology that allows users to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present spatial or geographical data. In the context of fiber optic networks, GIS can be used to manage and visualize the network infrastructure, including the location of fiber optic cables, fiber optic splices and repeaters, and other network components. This can help network operators to plan and design their networks more efficiently, as well as to troubleshoot and maintain their networks. Additionally, GIS can be used to integrate network data with other spatial data, such as topographical maps and demographic information, to gain a better understanding of the network and its surroundings.