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Re: Gartner's Magic Quadrant May Need New Pixie Dust
09/07/07 11:02 AM PT | CRM Buyer Talkback Forum | 81 Words

I've long suspected results from Gartner. In fact, I have a problem with these types of firms doing so called "independent" research when clearly they are also funded by various vendors, i.e. Microsoft, Intel, IBM, HP, etc.
One example is Gartner's CRM quadrant...

Re: Gartner Casts Doubt on MS Security Commitment
02/14/04 1:20 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 480 Words

Gartner is fickle. They will ride the waves. If MS is popular they will tout them as the inventors of democracy...

Advisory analysts sell advice, not written research
01/15/10 3:53 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 513 Words

In fact, Gartner killed the Datapro product (a database of comparative product and vendor information including product features and functions, which it acquired in 1997) in the early 2000’s because that information was easily found on the Internet.

What the advisory...

Re: Report: B2B in 2000 Blossoms to $433B
03/13/01 6:25 PM PT | Wide World of Technology | 76 Words

expectations significantly, according to a study released Tuesday by Gartner Group.

Last year, Gartner had predicted that B2B e-commerce
revenues would be $403 billion in 2000.
Despite the boom in last year's B2B spending,
Gartner has lowered its B2B expectations for 2001 and...

Re: iPhone: Not So Cool in Japan?
03/09/08 11:05 AM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 96 Words

... reached the point that all Gartner articles on anything Apple are negative or underwhelming. When has Gartner been right on these issues?
Despite the fantastic success of the iPod in Japan, the iPhone can't succeed because of the thumbs issue (which has been...

Re: Is the FTC Jumping the Gun on IoT Security?
02/04/15 6:53 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 395 Words

The data is already out there and we urgently need to protect this data that we load into Big Data and Cloud.

I found great advice in a Gartner report, covering enterprise and cloud, analyzed solutions for Data Protection and Data...

Re: HP Looks Beyond Transistor
02/02/05 5:23 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 76 Words

Just because wasn't invented or developed by IBM doesn't mean is wrong. (For those who doesn't know founder of Gartner Group is an ex-IBM...

Re: Match the Big Data Job to the Big Data Solution
05/05/12 5:19 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 67 Words

... great piece Brian!

Cool to see the industry finally adopting the "3V"s of big data over 11 years after Gartner first published them. For future reference, and a copy of the original article I wrote in 2001, see:

Re: Breach Outbreaks Fuel Encryption Adoption
04/22/15 1:32 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 82 Words

... found great advice in a Gartner report, covering enterprise and cloud, analyzed solutions for Data Protection and Data Access Governance and the title of the report is "Market Guide for Data–Centric Audit and Protection.”

Gartner also defined the “Cloud Encryption...

Re: Oracle Launches New Servers - and War of Words With IBM
03/29/13 1:20 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 1335 Words

... you tell that IBM has been severely impacted by the launch of these new servers and that a majority of their responses and claims are out of pure desperation and clearly don't hold any truth? They’ve even paid their one person company analysts to say bad things about Oracle!! Ask a real analyst like Gartner, ...

Microsoft's payola pact with Enderle
10/26/09 9:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 68 Words

Among the Gartner consulting folks, Enderle is a running joke (was at a Gartner event the other day). Something about his dog being his associate consultant at the Enderle...

Re: SCO vs. IBM: The Other Reality
09/03/03 2:48 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 69 Words

Oh, and on the independence of financial analysts, are you including Gartner Group? It seems that there are some financial connections between Gartner Group and...

Re: The Feds' Slow March to the Cloud
07/09/15 5:45 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 142 Words

... can understand that “Concerns over data security are a significant contributor to the fence-sitter mentality.” Gartner recently released the report “Simplify Operations and Compliance in the Cloud by Protecting Sensitive Data” that highlighted key challenges as “cloud increases the risks of noncompliance...

Re: Apple Q3 Global Market Share Falls to 1.8 Percent
10/30/04 11:38 AM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 188 Words

... is the same drivel we hear year after year by these automates like Gartner. All the points about problems producing the G5 are on the nail but one fact remains and will ALWAYS remain a factor about these comparisons. The fact...

Hard talk...
07/16/01 11:49 AM PT | Wide World of Technology | 66 Words

predictions, courtesy of Gartner, Forrester et al...but what I really want is a hard answer of facts and figures and who to talk to... My question is:
How to justify a business case and ROI for developing a B2B sellside portal?


Re: Report: B2B in 2000 Blossoms to $433B
03/14/01 8:33 PM PT | Wide World of Technology | 82 Words

... agree with the business sentiments of the Gartner report. Hopefully common sense will now prevail.The seed and start-ups which obtained capital with less than realistic expections in their business plans should realise utlising sensible business methodologies when planning internet stratergies is a...

Re: Report: B2B in 2000 Blossoms to $433B
03/13/01 6:47 PM PT | Wide World of Technology | 117 Words

... scary as the stock-market coaster ride as been lately, it's refreshing to hear some words of wisdom in this story from a Gartner analyst: "A return to the sanity of fundamental, sound business principles, and the resetting of realistic expectations, means that...

So you are HONEST arguing
11/05/11 8:14 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 334 Words
What's Revolutionary?
02/03/10 5:26 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 167 Words

Even given the iPhone's several year head start, both Gartner and IDC predict Android will leapfrog it in terms of installed base by 2012 - largely because Android is open and available from so many sources with so many different feature sets, compared...

Sales triple
11/28/05 3:25 PM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 25 Words

... Gartner, for telling me that my Linux sales will triple over the next four years. Not bad, is it? Let's see Microsoft do...

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