Analyst Profile
Federica Troni
Federica Troni
Research Director
Roma Italy
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Years of Experience
17 years at Gartner
18 years IT industry
Areas of Coverage
PCs, Laptops & Handheld Devices

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Roles and Responsibilities
Federica Troni is a principal analyst in Gartner, where she is part of the IT Systems, Security and Risk group. Ms. Troni's research focuses on client computing, including client computing architectural choices, road map planning, total cost of ownership (TCO) and PC procurement. Within her role, Ms. Troni researches client computing technologies and markets. Ms. Troni assists organizations in developing client computing strategic plans that are aligned with business, users and IT requirements; she helps organizations evaluating technology and architectural alternatives, perform cost/benefit analysis and building business cases. Ms. Troni supports Gartner clients assessing the value and risk involved with the adoption of new and emerging technologies and contributes to the development of Gartner client computing Total Cost of Ownership model.
Previous Experience
Within Datapro, Ms. Troni researched the European PC market through constant contacts with vendors and distributors, and she maintained a large database of PC products, specifications and prices.
Professional Background
Datapro Information Services - McGraw-Hill, Research Analyst, 2 years
Degree, International Politics, Political Science, University of Torino, Italy

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IT Market Clock for Client Computing, 2014 02-Sep-2014 Federica Troni, Michelle A. Brosnahan
Magic Quadrant for End-User Outsourcing Services, Europe 15-Jul-2014 Gianluca Tramacere, Claudio Da Rold, Federica Troni, Eric Goodness
Cool Vendors in Endpoint Computing, 2014 09-May-2014 Michael A. Silver, Nathan Hill, Mark A. Margevicius, Federica Troni
Market Guide for User Personalization Management 08-May-2014 Federica Troni, Nathan Hill
Recommended Configurations for Enterprise Notebooks, 2014 05-Feb-2014 Federica Troni, Leslie Fiering