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Like Chuck Mangione, a SQL Server Backup “Feels So Good”

February 22, 2016 By: Brian Higgins

Post that provides simplistic instructions for a SQL Server backup.

Esri’s Collector for Windows 10 is here! Ready?

February 9, 2016 By: Chris Sanders

This article reviews Esri's December 2015 release of Collector for Windows 10.

Fiber Field Collection with ArcGIS Online

February 8, 2016 By: Skye Perry

SSP recently received a request to build out a demo showing field collection of fiber data via ArcGIS Online which can then be used as an input into the back…

Four Degrees of Skye Perry – Esri Relationships 101

February 6, 2016 By: Brian Higgins

There are different types of relationships. A relationship may involve people or may exist between GIS objects. There are two basic types of relationships between GIS objects; spatial and attribute.…

Catching Up With: An-Louise DeKlerk of MTEMC

February 5, 2016 By: Matthew Stuart

SSP often works on more than one project with the same client. This allows us to get to know the client’s business inside and out – and it allows us…

Developers Wanted! – Recruiting Takes Priority in 2016

February 4, 2016 By: Shana Perry

SSP is starting 2016 with a strong recruiting presence. Our aim is to engage graduating rock stars who are looking for the fast paced environment and immediate impact that only…

Fiber Manager Cable Favorite Tool – Everybody Wang Chung Tonight

February 1, 2016 By: Brian Higgins

Post summarizing SSP's construction of an ArcFM Fiber Manager tool that I have wanted for years.