Gartner Blog Network

Temper tantrum: taking my information (toy) away from you

by Andrew White  |  July 22nd, 2014

I saw an interesting article in last weeks US print edition of a The Economist (July 12-18, 2914).  It was in the business section and called, "The antisocial networks".  The article looked at the backlash from non-information based businesses against the new crop of information based, or sharing economy, businesses. ...

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Vendor Insight posted on Splunk

by Jonah Kowall  |  July 22nd, 2014

Splunk has been rising quickly in the ranks of buyers looking to solve complex problems, or those looking to build interesting and new analysis of their data. As they have grown in popularity, and gone public we've been given a wealth of new data about the company, operations, and execution...

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The Hype Cycle and Investing in 3D Print

by Pete Basiliere  |  July 22nd, 2014

The market for enterprise and consumer 3D printers and 3D printing is rapidly expanding. Gartner's first Hype Cycle for 3D Printing illuminates the landscape with its opportunities and potential pitfalls. I have been covering the 3D printer market for six of the seven years that Gartner has provided research and...

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The 2014 Magic Quadrant for Cloud-Enabled Managed Hosting (in North America)

by dtoombs  |  July 22nd, 2014

  Last week, we published our Magic Quadrant for Cloud-Enabled Managed Hosting in North America (subscriber link here, a reprint link for non-seatholders may be available soon).  This Magic Quadrant represents a bit of a shift in focus from our previous "managed hosting" Magic Quadrants, so I thought it would...

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Ask These Three Questions Before You Invest in Mobile Commerce

by Jennifer Polk  |  July 22nd, 2014

Mobile commerce is on the rise. According to Gartner’s survey on marketing’s role in  digital commerce, mobile commerce makes up 22% of digital commerce revenue. You should be thinking seriously about the implications of this finding. But, you shouldn’t be rushing off to revamp their e-commerce websites or build mobile...

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Great Positioning Requires Giving Something Up - Or Does It?

by Hank Barnes  |  July 22nd, 2014

This week, I was talking with a client about positioning and segmentation.  They have a product that operates in a well established traditional market, but are introducing some very cool and innovative visualization capabilities.   It is yet another example of the consumerization of IT as visual tools that we...

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My Blueprint for Designing a SIEM Deployment Publishes

by Anton Chuvakin  |  July 22nd, 2014

Another new document on SIEM that I wrote just published: Blueprint for Designing a SIEM Deployment. “Planning a distributed enterprise SIEM deployment is challenging for information security teams at many organizations. This Blueprint shows the architecture and timeline for an enterprise security information and event management deployment and highlights key...

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Hype in 3D Printing? Absolutely...but some maturity, too.

by Michael Shanler  |  July 22nd, 2014

The 3D Printing "hype” hit full steam over the last few years.  (BTW -  I’m intentionally avoiding the word, “craze.”  ) While 3D printing for prototyping has been around for a few decades, main stream media really started to cover it after the technology price point became affordable enough to...

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Webinar "When Encryption Won't Work: Implementing Practical Information Protection"

by Erik T. Heidt  |  July 21st, 2014

Enterprise data breaches are occurring all-too-often. Many enterprises have overestimating or misunderstood the protection provided by current, or planned, encryption deployments. This presentation focuses on the attacks that are resulting in expensive and embarrassing data disclosures, and provide prioritized actions for you to consider for addressing these threats.  Portable media...

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Old School Meets New School in Product Launches

by Todd Berkowitz  |  July 21st, 2014

So before I get into this post, let me apologize about my lack of blog posts this summer. Not sure if it's the heat or the e-mail reminding bloggers like me not to use (potentially) copyrighted images of movies, TV and other other pop culture references in blog posts. But...

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The Road to Enduring SFA Adoption Success Part 2

by Tad Travis  |  July 21st, 2014

I find that the adoption question I posted in Part 1  is occurring more frequently in IT departments, as IT leaders increasingly own systems, and corresponding expenses, that were originally purchased by business leaders.  The adoption and use of SFA systems used to be the domain of business leaders, but that it...

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