Gartner Group


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Gartner Group

(company)
One of the biggest IT industry research firms.

Address: Connecticut, USA.

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Gartner Group president Michael Fleisher said the acquisition gives Gartner the opportunity to expand beyond its current demographic focus and gain access to additional levels of the IT community, including key deployers, influencers and implementers "who are the next generation of IT leaders.
However, according to Gartner Group, Windows CE still has many inconsistencies in the applications.
According to the Gartner Group, "The acquisition costs for Wide Area Network (WAN) equipment and management tools can be a relatively small part of a data WAN's Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Gartner Voice: A provocative editorial perspective written by Gartner Group analysts and other IT leaders who comment on industry events, trends and developments.
According to Gartner Group, 30 percent of computer applications will not be year 2000 compliant by the end of 1999.
From his experiences at Adobe and Gartner Group, he has an in-depth understanding of both the digital imaging sector and the worldwide packaged software industry.
Bern Elliott, research director at Gartner Group, who will outline future directions in VoIP and IP telephony.
Previously, Hammond spent five years with the Gartner Group, a worldwide leader in information technology research and consulting, responsible for global corporate marketing and domestic sales initiatives.
The Gartner Group has again selected Spotfire as one of the most visionary companies in its April 2004 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence, 1H04 report.
Gartner Group Security Expert John Pescatore Helps Attendees Define
The training and consulting had been provided by TeraQuest in partnership with Gartner Group, Inc.