Analyst Profile
John Enck
John Enck
Managing VP
Altoona, PA USA
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Years of Experience
16 years at Gartner
39 years IT industry
Areas of Coverage
Servers & Storage

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Roles and Responsibilities
John Enck is a managing VP in Gartner Research, responsible for leading the IT Operations and Management team at Gartner. Team coverage includes process frameworks (e.g., ITIL), change management, configuration management, capacity planning, performance monitoring and service desk. In his previous research role at Gartner, Mr. Enck focused on issues relating to x86-based servers, Microsoft server OSs and LDAP directories.
Previous Experience
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Enck was the technology and research director for Duke Communications, publisher of Windows NT Magazine and News/400. He has extensive networking and systems experience with a variety of mainframe, midrange and PC LAN systems and has authored more than a dozen commercial computer books.
Professional Background
Duke Communications, Director of Research, 4 years
Forest Computer, Market Analyst, 6 years
Unisys, Professional Services Manager, 7 years
Education
B.A., Computer Science and Communications, Antioch College




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Agenda Overview for IT Operations Management, 2014 03-Jan-2014 Jeffrey M. Brooks, John Enck
Gartner to Retire the IT Asset Management Repository MarketScope 27-Nov-2013 Patricia Adams, John Enck, Jeffrey M. Brooks
Gartner to Retire the Magic Quadrant for Workload Automation 18-Jan-2013 Milind Govekar, Biswajeet Mahapatra, John Enck
Agenda Overview for IT Operations Management, 2013 03-Jan-2013 Jeffrey M. Brooks, John Enck
Increase I&O Effectiveness With the ValueOps Perspective 05-Oct-2012 Jeffrey M. Brooks, John Enck