Analyst Profile
Ken Dulaney
Ken Dulaney
VP Distinguished Analyst
Santa Clara, CA USA
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Years of Experience
22 years at Gartner
45 years IT industry
Areas of Coverage
Mobile & Wireless

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Roles and Responsibilities
Ken Dulaney is a Vice President and Distinguished Analyst in Gartner Research, where his research areas include smartphones, tablet computers, notebook computers, industrial handhelds, wireless communications, mobile software and device management strategies. Mr. Dulaney has been the lead analyst for both Cisco and Intel. He has been recognized by Adweek magazine as one of the top 20 technology industry analysts.
Previous Experience
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Dulaney worked at GRiD Systems, where he served as director of marketing, portable computing. He was a key participant in the development of the first tablet computer, for which he received several patents.
Professional Background
GRiD Systems, Director of Product Marketing, 9 years
Deloitte, Senior Analyst, 3 years
Tandem Computers (now part of HP), Director of IT, 3 years
Industry Awards/Accolades
Chosen as one of "The 10 Most Influential People in CRM" in 1999 by Sales and Marketing Automation Magazine for foundation work in the CRM field
Recognized by Adweek magazine in 2002 as one of the top 20 technology industry analysts
Completed postgraduate courses in Industrial Engineering, University of Michigan
B.S., Industrial Engineering, Northwestern University

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Learn the Taxonomy of Mobile and Endpoint Management Architectures 12-Feb-2014 Ken Dulaney, Charles Smulders
Toolkit: BYOD Mobile Device Policy Template 30-Jan-2014 Rich Doheny, Ken Dulaney, Leif-Olof Wallin
Toolkit: Enterprise-Owned Mobile Device Policy Template 29-Jan-2014 Rich Doheny, Leif-Olof Wallin, Ken Dulaney
Research Presentation for 'BYOD: Giving Power to the People' 18-Dec-2013 Ken Dulaney, Patrick Meehan, Michael A. Silver
Tracking Changes in Enterprise Smartphone Preferences 22-Nov-2013 Ken Dulaney, David A. Willis, Heather Keltz