Gartner Blog Network

The Polar-ized Life of the Cocaine Santa Sweater

by Chris Ross  |  December 13, 2019

    The sweater reads “Let it Snow”. A classic and lovely little expression of holiday spirit. A quick glance at this sweater and you could easily miss that Santa...

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"Why You Should Keep the Business Team Around Long After Your ERP Project Go-Live" by Duy Nguyen

by Debbie Wilson  |  December 13, 2019

After all my years of travel and talking to customers, I often heard the same common complaint. Once an ERP implementation is completed, organizations often disbanded the business process owners...

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On the First Day of Christmas My CDO Said to Me….

by Andrew White  |  December 13, 2019

Hope you enjoy this festive blog. On the first day of Christmas my CDO said to me, a budget in and on time. On the second day of Christmas my...

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Public Cloud Networking: A Poll and a Prediction

by Andrew Lerner  |  December 13, 2019

On the heels of Gartner’s Infrastructure and Cloud conference, I wanted to pass along an audience poll result and prediction. First, here is the poll, in which we asked the...

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Three Things To Know About 2020 Customer Experience Trends

by Augie Ray  |  December 12, 2019

Year-end articles and blog posts about hot trends are popular. People enjoy reading speculative predictions, and writers are happy to collect the clicks earned by lofty and alarming statements about...

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Can Web 3.0 and Blockchain Save us from Fake News and Content?

by Avivah Litan  |  December 12, 2019

Blockchain will be used within the next five years to power use cases with tremendous social value including helping to stop the spread of fake news and video content and...

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A Comparison of Public Cloud Cost Optimization Tools is Now Available

by Marco Meinardi  |  December 12, 2019

If you're using public cloud infrastructure and platform services, I bet that you've been thinking about adopting a tool to cut down costs. You've been told that there is some...

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2019: When We Exceeded 1 Billion Knowledge Workers

by Craig Roth  |  December 11, 2019

At some point this year, someone, somewhere in the world started work for the first day of a new job without realizing he was the one billionth knowledge worker currently employed.  It...

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Ensure your measurement approach is more than a Squirrel Census

by Benjamin Bloom  |  December 11, 2019

My grandfather grew up in New York City in the 1920s, a city I lived in for nearly 10 years.  When my grandfather visited, I always felt I was tapping...

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Improve commercial outcomes by charting the path of sales execution

by Dave Egloff  |  December 11, 2019

While most sales leaders set specific goals to guide their team, too few take the extra step to design a deliberate path for sales execution.  Laying out the specific path...

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