Protect Yourself from Joe Unknown   15 Oct, 2004

Data validation is one way to ensure users won’t break your applicationMore>>

Know All Your Options   15 Oct, 2004

AutoCAD's latest Options dialog box holds some powerful features.More>>

On the Job: GIS-Based Presentation Benefits 9/11 Commission   15 Oct, 2004

ESRI's ArcGIS software compiles and presents hijackers' activitiesMore>>

First Look: Samsung SyncMaster 243T   1 Oct, 2004

Samsung recently introduced the SyncMaster 243T, a 24" LCD monitor ideal for applications such as CAD/CAM, desktop publishing, and content creation. In addition to the sizable screen area, the display offers dual analog and digital inputs and pivot technology that allows portrait and landscape...More>>

CAD Manager: Primer on Project Archives   1 Oct, 2004

Backup systems are simply a tool by which a system server can be restored to where it was prior to a catastrophic failure such as a disk crash or a natural disaster.More>>

Take the Graphics Card Express   1 Oct, 2004

It 's transition time! The introduction of PCI Express graphics cards and the systems that accommodate them has produced a wave of new technology, the breadth of which I've not seen for quite some time.More>>

Spatial Technologies   1 Oct, 2004

Mapping is the visual representation of data, and one of the best ways to link information to a place. Maps may show what everyone expects, or they may reveal patterns and trends in data that are impossible to see any other way. Traditionally, cartographers, geographers, surveyors, planners, and...More>>

CAD/GIS Boosts Czech Ministry's Entry Into European Union   22 Sep, 2004

Autodesk MapGuide helps agriculture agency meet policy requirements.More>>

Report from the ESRI User Conference Expo, Part 1   19 Sep, 2004

Hardware highlights, along with news from the USGS and other government agencies.More>>

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Alive and Kicking-Large CRT Monitors Offer Best Bang for Your Buck   15 Sep, 2004

Prices on large CRT monitors have dropped substantially since our last CRT review in September 2003. Not so many years ago I remember paying triple what these current CRTs cost. What you don't get for these lower prices are multiple connectivity options-there's usually no USB connectivity...More>>

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