I have a lot of point data (Lat, Long) that I want to display on a map. I want the map to be accessible to other users on my network, ideally via a web browser. However, I don't want to (read will not be allowed to) upload this data to ArcGIS online or any similar website.
I would also like to be able to customize the points, have them showing a little pop up window (giving information on each point - number of samples etc) and use clustering (because some points have been studied several times and will have different records at exactly the same coordinates).
I need a free (or very cheap) solution, and I have no programming skills. I've tried the followwing -
ArcGIS Viewer for flex - looked good, but the only way to add local data is via a widget, but then you can't customize the display or add pop ups etc?
ArcGIS Explorer - Again this looked really good, but I couldn't seem to get any control over the pop up information or how the points displayed
ArcGIS for SharePoint - this was the best one, but doesn't seem to be able to do the clustering.
I know I'm asking for quite a lot of free software here, but is there anything that will do it? The ArcGIS API for Silverlight looks like it would do the job, but I'm not sure I'm smart enough to use it. I have access to ArcGIS 10 Desktop, but not ArcGIS Server, is there anything I can export from here? Or have I missed something obvious somewhere?