ArcGISSMOnlineThe Mapping Platform for Your Organization
2Create Web MapsArcGIS Online includes everything you need to make webmaps. Through the built-in map viewer, you can access agallery of basemaps to get you started and tools for addingyour own data or layers. You can easily add shapefiles,spreadsheet data, KML files, OGC WMS services, andGPS files and quickly create mashups with data and mapsshared by others.ArcGIS Online is a collaborative, cloud-based platform formaking and sharing maps, applications, and other geographicdata and content.Through ArcGISSMOnline, organizations get access to Esri’ssecure cloud, where users can manage, create, store, andaccess hosted web services. And because ArcGIS Online ispart of the ArcGIS®system, it’s completely integrated withArcGIS for Desktop and ArcGIS for Server and thus extendsthe work of GIS professionals to the entire organization.
3Make Maps with Your Excel DataCreate interactive maps of your spreadsheet data with theEsri®Maps for Office add-in. Make color-coded, point,clustered point, and heat maps directly in Microsoft®Excel®, then share them in ArcGIS Online so others in yourorganization can access and use them.
4Access Ready-to-Use ContentWhen you subscribe to ArcGIS Online, your organizationgets access to ready-to-use, high-quality basemaps(imagery, topographic, and streets), demographic maps,and image services, as well as geoservices such asgeocoding and routing. These basemaps and geoservicesare delivered as a web service and can be used by anyonein the organization to make maps and apps. Esri updatesthe basemaps on a regular basis with content fromcommercial data providers, and authoritative content fromthe user community around the world contributed throughthe Esri Community Maps Program.Create Hosted ServicesWith ArcGIS Online, it’s easy to publish maps and data asa web service. This frees up your internal resources, sincethese web services are hosted in Esri’s cloud and scaledynamically as demand goes up or down. You can addthese services to web, desktop, and mobile applicationsand allow others to use them as well. GIS professionals canpublish these services directly from ArcGIS for Desktopwithout needing to install their own server, and share themwith knowledge workers inside their organizations, who canadd map or geoprocessing web services to their own mapsand apps.
5Collaborate and ShareEnable interaction with your organizational data by sharingcontent related to a common activity. You can set upgroups that are private and by invitation only, or publicgroups that are open to everyone.You can also share maps by embedding them in webpages, on blogs, in web applications, and through socialmedia. ArcGIS Online includes a number of ready-to-useand configurable web application templates with differentlayouts that you can choose from. With just a few steps andno programming, you can publish a web application thatfeatures a dynamic map that anyone can access through abrowser.Go MobileAccess maps from anywhere, on any device with thefree, downloadable ArcGIS App for Smartphones andTablets. Browse map galleries, navigate maps, collect andreport data, and perform GIS analysis using the app or,alternatively, via the browser on your mobile device.
6SecurityArcGIS Online gives you control over howyou share your maps, apps, and data. Youdecide whether to share items—publicly,with everyone in your organization, or withonly specific groups—or keep them private.Esri’s security strategy is based on an industry-standard,defense-in-depth approach that provides security controlsat every level, for every user. Organizations retain ownershipof intellectual property rights for data they publish, andcontrol when and what to delete.Customize ArcGIS OnlineCustomize the ArcGIS Online home page to fit thebranding and operational needs of your organization.For example, you can add your logo and banner, choosewhat content to feature on the home page and gallery, andset a basemap and extent default for the map viewer.In addition, you can set the preferred language and regionfor ArcGIS Online. The language settings determine howthe interface, time, date, and numerical values appear.More than 20 languages are supported, including Arabic,Chinese (simplified Han), Dutch, Norwegian, Polish,Russian, and Spanish. The region setting lets you choosea specific geographic region for the map on your homepage, the content in your gallery, and the default map andextent in the map viewer. Regional content is availablefor more than 60 countries, including Argentina, Bulgaria,Colombia, Denmark, Estonia, Hong Kong, Indonesia,Japan, Kenya, the Netherlands, Peru, South Korea, Spain,Sweden, and Thailand.
7Roles User Publisher Administrator Add data * * *Create web maps * * *Share content * * *Participate in groups * * *Publish hosted services * *from feature or map tile data Manage organization *Manage users *Flexible Subscription PlansArcGIS Online is available through an annual subscriptionplan. The plans are structured to support organizationsof any size. Each subscription plan includes a set numberof named users and service credits. Service credits arethe currency of the ArcGIS Online system and entitle anorganization to use certain ArcGIS Online services such asgeocoding or hosted feature or tile services, data storage,and transferring data out of ArcGIS Online.Make ArcGIS Online the mapping platform for your organization.To learn more and sign up for a free 30-day trial, visit esri.com/agol.Managing Your ArcGIS OnlineSubscriptionArcGIS Online includes tools and settings that allow theadministrator of the subscription to not only customize thehome page but also manage user accounts and accessprivileges and monitor account usage through an intuitivedashboard. Administrators can invite users, determinetheir access role, delete content and groups, and set andmanage the security policy.Hawaiian Island used 182 credits52.2%12.6%35.2%