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Microsoft in 40 Gartner Magic Quadrants, January 2016

by Merv Adrian  |  January 31, 2016  |  1 Comment

As of January 29, Microsoft is featured in 40 Gartner Magic Quadrants published or updated within the past 12 months. In quarterly updates throughout the year, this series of posts will track changed positions, updated MQs and new MQs as they appear. Gartner clients can read about these offerings in depth in the reports and in the associated Critical Capabilities documents.

The breadth of offerings represented here continues to make the case that Microsoft’s software portfolio is broad, rich, and often leading in its space. While there is room for improvement in several categories, the trend continues to be positive.

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Merv Adrian
Research VP
5 years with Gartner
38 years in IT industry

Merv Adrian is an analyst following database and adjacent technologies as extreme data transforms assumptions about what to persist as well as when, where and how. He also watches the way the software/hardware boundary… Read Full Bio


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