Gartner Blog Network

CES 2020 – Center Stage for Mobility

by Pedro Pacheco  |  January 17, 2020

CES 2020 has been more focused on mobility than ever before. Besides car companies, tech giants and large electronics brands now dedicate a major part of their booth and announcements...

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Breaking Down DevOps for Networking

by Andrew Lerner  |  January 16, 2020

Increasing the level of network automation is a common network resolution for many organizations we speak with. Today, about 70% of network configuration activities are manually-driven (which may not sound good,...

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Our Top 20 Most-Read Data and Analytics Research Last Week (to Jan 12)

by Andrew White  |  January 16, 2020

Click here for an interactive PDF to connect to the most read data and analytics research directly. This list excludes our branded research such as Magic Quadrants etc. Pieter den Hamer...

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What do you value? An Exercise in Appreciating the Importance of Consumer Values

by Emily Moquin  |  January 15, 2020

What Do You Value? An Exercise in Appreciating the Importance of Consumer Values Take a moment to think about your values. What principles, concepts or ideas are intrinsically important to...

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US Consumer Values on the Move: A Decade of Change

by Kate Muhl  |  January 15, 2020

Values are the fundamental ideas and ideals with which people associate themselves. Gartner’s consumer values data offers a quantified measurement of those ideas and ideals and a way to understand...

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4 Stages of Ethical AI: Algorithmic Bias is Not the Problem but Part of the Solution

by Anthony Bradley  |  January 15, 2020

Algorithmic bias is often in the news and has become a bit of a hot button in ethical AI. The vilification of algorithmic bias is unwarranted and misplaced. A focus...

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Stop Bullying Apple Around and Do Some Intelligence Homework

by Avivah Litan  |  January 14, 2020

Apple is once again being ordered by the U.S. Department of Justice to unlock terrorist iphones, and once again they are refusing. In the latest case DOJ is trying to...

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Our Top 20 Most-Read Data and Analytics Research Last Week (to Jan 5)

by Andrew White  |  January 14, 2020

Click here for an interactive PDF to connect to the most read data and analytics research directly. This list excludes our branded research such as Magic Quadrants etc. I (that would be...

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Beyond Single Version of the Truth

by Andrew White  |  January 14, 2020

The single version of the truth can be anathema. It does not really exist and it’s not really worth the effort. But then again, what we mean by that phrase...

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As an “Always-On” Manager, Tech CEOs Will Lose the Next-Generation Workforce

by Rene Buest  |  January 14, 2020

When presented with the four typical management profiles, 49% of tech CEOs who participated in a recent Gartner Tech CEO Research Circle survey, Talent in the Turns, classified their style...

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