Esri Maps for SharePoint leverages the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and 2013 framework to offer interactive and configurable mapping components that can give you a geospatial view of your organization's data.
Esri Maps for SharePoint requires an ArcGIS Online organization or Portal for ArcGIS account and Microsoft SharePoint 2010 or 2013 Foundation, Server Standard, or Server Enterprise edition.
4.0 Beta Released
Esri Maps for SharePoint 4.0 Beta is available on the Esri Beta Community. System requirements, supported platforms, help documentation, and the download can be found in the Esri Maps for SharePoint beta opportunity. For additional information, see our blog post: Esri Maps for SharePoint beta released.
What's new 3.0.1
Esri Maps for SharePoint version 3.0.1 was released in October 2013. It includes the following updates and enhancements:
Localization support for 21 languages: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Danish, Dutch, Estonian, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian),
Romanian, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish.
Support for custom location types in the Esri Maps Locate workflow.
Geostatistical hot spot analysis.
What's new 3.0
Esri Maps for SharePoint version 3.0 was released in July 2013. It includes the following updates and enhancements:
New product name—Esri Maps for SharePoint
Support for SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 (on-premises)
Portal for ArcGIS 10.2 support
Updated to support the ArcGIS for Silverlight v3.1 and ArcGIS Extensibility v3.1 SDKs (Silverlight Map Web Part only)
With the Esri Maps Web Part, you can do the following:
Add web maps and services from ArcGIS, either ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS.
Share maps and layers on ArcGIS for the public or your organization.
Display SharePoint lists and connect to external data sources via Business Connectivity Services (BCS).
Connect to List and Chart web parts via Web Part-to-Web Part connections.
Spatially enable (geocode) items in a SharePoint list.
Interactively configure the map appearance, layers, and other settings.
Choose from background maps populated by the basemap gallery of your ArcGIS organization.
Define the appearance of datasets (symbolize) using simple, class breaks, or unique value symbols.
Display point features using clustering or heat maps.
Configure the appearance of pop-up windows. Specify the pop-up window style and fields to display when hovering the pointer over map features.
View infographics in pop-up windows that provide rich contextual information about the areas surrounding the features in your map.
Perform route-based analysis of your data.
Interactively select and filter data within ring-based or drive-time distances.
Interactively retrieve additional demographic and contextual information associated with mapped locations.