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Gartner Research Presentation Friday, July 21

By Dan Glass, Computer Systems Manager, Unix Support Services

The Computing and Information Technology Center (CITC) would like to invite UNT faculty and staff to a presentation outlining the partnership between UNT and Gartner Research on Friday, July 21, 2006 at 1:30 p.m. in the Research Park Auditorium [B155]. Gartner is sending a representative to discuss the Gartner portal and its many benefits to IT decision makers, researchers, and professionals. The UNT Gartner Research portal gives the UNT community access to Gartner's rich collection of analysis and advice. You can learn more about Gartner Research by logging into the UNT Gartner portal. The following are some of the major components of Gartner Core Research.

  • Magic Quadrants: Understand the relative positions of all vendors in
    a market.
  • Hype Cycles: Understand the relative maturity of technologies in a
    given domain.
  • Vendor Ratings: Pick the right vendor based on up-to-date Gartner
  • Cool Vendors: Introducing the newest, most innovative and intriguing
  • The Gartner Fellows: Gartner's best and brightest. Tap into top
    analysts at the leading edge.
  • Gartner Blogs: Gartner Blogs include opinions, news, ideas,
    commentary and Internet links by Gartner analysts and fellows.
  • Gartner Voice: Download podcasts by Gartner analysts as they share
    their perspectives on the challenges facing your organization.
  • Research Fast Finder
    • Markets: Statistics, forecasts and market analysis you can trust.
    • Topics: More than research - insight into your most critical issues.
    • Industries: Understanding technologies and services that deliver value.

We look forward to seeing you there.


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