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Jeffrey Mann
Jeffrey Mann
Research VP
Amsterdam South East Netherlands
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Years of Experience
18 years at Gartner
30 years IT industry
Areas of Coverage
High Performance Workplace

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Roles and Responsibilities
Jeffrey Mann is a Research Vice President for collaboration and social software at Gartner Research. Mr. Mann focuses on social software, team workspaces, the collaboration market, file sharing and sync, cloud-based collaboration platforms and user policies and adoption.
Previous Experience
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Mann was with Meta Group, where he served as a senior analyst covering e-business, collaboration, content management, portals, knowledge management and compliance. Previously, he was with Dutch software development vendor Uniface International, where he was the eighth employee. He continued with the organization after it was acquired by Compuware. During his 10 years there, he was documentation writer, support manager, product manager and director of product strategy.
Professional Background
Meta Group, Vice President, EMEA, 10 years
Uniface International/Compuware, Director of Product Strategy, 10 years
Education
B.A., with honors, Special Studies (Philosophy of Journalism), Davidson College, North Carolina
Languages
Dutch
English
French
German




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Business Gets Social; CIO Desk Reference Chapter 30, Updated Q3 2013 11-Apr-2014 Gene Alvarez, Anthony J. Bradley, Nikos Drakos, Jeffrey Mann, Stephen Prentice, Carol Rozwell, Andrew Walls
Destinations and Wraparounds Will Reshape the Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing Market 01-Apr-2014 Jeffrey Mann, Monica Basso
Nexus Forces Fuel the Engagement Initiative 30-Jan-2014 Jeffrey Mann, Matthew W. Cain, Chris Howard
Dropbox Adds More Management Features While Pursuing a New Way to Sell to Businesses 06-Jan-2014 Jeffrey Mann
Predicts 2014: Consumerization Impacts Enterprises' Social and Collaboration Strategies 13-Nov-2013 Matthew W. Cain, Mike Gotta, Jeffrey Mann, Nikos Drakos, Jim Murphy, Jennifer S. Beck