“Sorry, we can’t install your software until next year as all our support staff have met their installation scorecard quotas and are now busy now doing other things. Thank you […]
Watching the parade of Olympic and Paralympic athletes through central London today, I was reminded, all over again, what a fantastic success the summer’s events had been. For instance, did […]
Like the team at The Skills Connection, the author of Up and to the Right, Richard Stiennon, is a Gartner refugee. He worked for Gartner as an analyst, tracking security […]
A memory from Joel, our US MD.
When I was a little kid, I used to ride the bus to my cousins in Flatbush. The bus from Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to Flatbush […]
It’s odd how good ideas take you by surprise. I was talking to Ian, our head of editorial, this week about a new executive blog we’re launching for a client, […]
Looking out of my office window in the past month, I’ve been greeted most days by pretty well incessant rain. Here in Britain, it seems like it’s been raining for […]
You’re a realist, right? You know there are things you can do, investments you can make, that will help to make your company and your products more visible to Gartner […]
Was there ever a day when the thought crossed your mind that your company could do without Gartner, IDC, Forrester, Ovum, and all the rest of them?
Was there ever a […]
Why does anyone take notice of what analysts say and write?
If you ask the people who buy technology why they value the research reports they see from Gartner, Forrester, IDC, and […]
It’s no surprise. For small and medium-sized firms, going through the complete Magic Quadrant or Forrester Wave assessment cycle is always going to be a tense and nervy experience. But after the preparation, the […]