ArcGIS Desktop 10.8

ArcGIS Desktop 10.8

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ArcGIS Desktop is a foundational piece for GIS professionals to create, analyze, manage, and share geographic information so decision-makers can make intelligent, informed decisions. It allows you to create maps, perform spatial analysis, and manage data. You can import multiple data formats and use powerful analytical tools and workflows to identify spatial patterns, trends, and non-obvious relationships.

License Expiry: May 9th annually
A Concurrent Use license enables multiple users to share access to ArcGIS Desktop applications from any computer on a network or from a virtual machine. ArcGIS License Manager software installed on the network manages the distribution of a pool of shared licenses. The number of Concurrent Use licenses in the shared pool determines the number of users who can use an application at a given time. When a user starts ArcGIS Pro, the application sends a request to ArcGIS License Manager to determine if a license is available. If a license is available, the application starts and the number of available ArcGIS Pro licenses decreases by one. When the user exits ArcGIS Pro, the license returns to the pool.

Ensure you email ist@ualberta.ca requesting ArcGIS Online access to receive ArcGIS Pro and enable the ArcGIS Living Atlas and a world of data for analysis & visualization from the Esri ArcGIS Platform. For FREE ESRI training go to //ESRI.com/training There are numerous courses listed for free. Any that have a cost listed, go to //ESRI.ca/training and they will be offered for half price.

$150.00

Available to: Faculty/Staff

License Expiry: May 9th annually
A Single Use license authorizes one person to use ArcGIS Pro on two machines, such as a desktop and laptop computer. However, the application may not be used on both machines at the same time.

Ensure you email ist@ualberta.ca requesting ArcGIS Online access to receive ArcGIS Pro and enable the ArcGIS Living Atlas and a world of data for analysis & visualization from the Esri ArcGIS Platform. For FREE ESRI training go to //ESRI.com/training There are numerous courses listed for free. Any that have a cost listed, go to //ESRI.ca/training and they will be offered for half price.

$125.00
License Expiry: May 9th annually
A Single Use license authorizes one person to use ArcGIS Pro on two machines, such as a desktop and laptop computer. However, the application may not be used on both machines at the same time.

Ensure you email ist@ualberta.ca requesting ArcGIS Online access to receive ArcGIS Pro and enable the ArcGIS Living Atlas and a world of data for analysis & visualization from the Esri ArcGIS Platform. For FREE ESRI training go to //ESRI.com/training There are numerous courses listed for free. Any that have a cost listed, go to //ESRI.ca/training and they will be offered for half price.

Free