Digital Business and the Internet of Things are creating entirely new business opportunities. Watch the keynote and highlights from across Symposium/ITxpo Orlando that describe how to design, resource, and deploy for a world that is digital first.
Maverick Research is intentionally disruptive and edgy to help you get ahead of the mainstream and take advantage of trends and insights that could impact your IT strategy and your organization. This research explores high-impact future scenarios that help executives and senior managers to break out of conventional approaches and use new perspectives to explore the future. Below is a sample of this year's research.
The Gartner Worldwide IT Spending Forecast is the leading indicator of major technology trends across the devices, IT services, data center systems, enterprise software and telecom services markets, and across geographies. IT and business executives are using these highly anticipated quarterly reports as they refine their strategy and road map to prioritize investments and identify opportunities within the IT market, and to base their critical business decisions on proven methodologies.
Digital business is the creation of new business designs by blurring the digital and physical worlds. Digital business promises to usher in an unprecedented convergence of people, business, and things that disrupts existing business models. With more than seven billion people and businesses, and at least 35 billion devices, communicating, transacting, and even negotiating with each other, a new world comes into being: the world of digital business. Gartner's digital business research examines what is driving this convergence and how IT leaders can take their place among the digital leaders of the future.
With billions of people, businesses and things communicating, transacting, and even negotiating with each other — the world of digital business is developing and organizations must get ready for that. Finding the right balance between maintaining existing IT assets and investing in new ones is a challenging task and Gartner’s IT Market Clock can help. The IT Market Clock is a decision framework that helps prioritize IT investments, cost justify IT modernization projects and connect multiple stakeholders to enable joint initiatives and investment decisions.
Information Technology has become ubiquitous. Every enterprise, every department, every employee could not perform daily activities without it. Increasingly, competitive advantage is determined by competencies necessary for selecting and applying information technology. This special report examines how responsibility for budgeting IT expenses should be distributed as enterprises transform into digital businesses.
Although technology has seen unprecedented advancements, the sales models used to take those products to market have remained largely unchanged. Gartner’s Future of IT Sales Reports provides tools and best practices for making go-to-market choices a source of differentiation and competitive advantage.
The 2014 Gartner Hype Cycle Special Report evaluates the market promotion and perception of value for over 2,000 technologies, services and trends in over 119 areas. This year, we're also exploring the impact of the megatrends affecting the Hype Cycles and profiles across all research areas. This report tells a story of how technologies, services and strategies evolve from market hype and excitement of value to becoming a mainstream part of business and IT.
Adopting mobility, cloud, information intelligence, and collaboration are a given into today's world. But the key to unlocking the true potential of these technologies is not to use them individually to solve tactical problems. The key is to use them in concert to revolutionize the business model, improve customer services, and streamline processes.
As digital business grows, so does its impact on technology – existing and emerging. The transition to digital business models will require the coordinated application of mulitple classes of technology. This special report on Digital Business Technologies explores five of these areas which are essential for success with digital business.
To make smart decisions today about business tomorrow, leading-edge CIOs will need insight into long-view scenarios, perspectives and advice so they can harness business shifts before their competitors.
Digital business is the creation of new business designs by blurring the digital and physical worlds. CIOs and IT leaders can use this framework to identify the current state of the business, determine the future state and gauge the change required to become a digital business.
New, advanced threats are straining security team resources, even while spending increases. In 2013, Gartner's Security Scenario Research explored the possible directions that may occur by 2020. Now, Gartner builds upon that foundational research with a look at threat-centric trends in security spending and staffing, and how to manage and thrive though what may be an unsustainable trajectory.
Digital business is causing changes on a scale and at a frequency that is unprecedented. New opportunities can be captured through use of many emerging technologies, new products and services. These Cool Vendors, while not exhaustive, will support digitalization and the notion of "Big Change."
Business analytics is front and center in today's enterprise. Enterprises are being challenged to leverage increasing amounts and types of data to capatilize on new opportunities, guide operations, respond to regulatory obligations, manage and reduce costs, and provide a competitive advantage. Gartner's big data and analytics guidance provides proven guidance to the IT professional for making business analytics efforts successful.
Our annual Supply Chain Top 25 identifies the companies that best demonstrate leadership in applying demand-driven principles to drive business results.
The nexus of forces describes the convergence and mutual reinforcement of four interdependent trends: social interaction, mobility, cloud, and information. The forces combine to empower individuals as they interact with each other and their information through well-designed ubiquitous technology.
Technology and service providers' profitable growth is increasingly dependent on an ability to optimize their go-to-market strategy. Gartner's Future of IT Sales Research provides tools and best practices for making go-to-market choices a source of differentiation and competitive advantage, instead of an afterthought.
The Gartner Worldwide IT Spending Forecast is the leading indicator of major technology trends across the hardware, software, IT services and telecom markets. For more than a decade, global IT and business executives have been using these highly anticipated quarterly reports to recognize market opportunities and challenges, and base their critical business decisions on proven methodologies rather than guesswork.
Digital business promises to usher in an unprecedented convergence of people, business, and things that disrupts existing business models. With more than seven billion people and businesses, and at least 35 billion devices, communicating, transacting, and even negotiating with each other, a new world comes into being — the world of digital business.
Strategic technologies are those with the potential for significant impact on enterprises during the next three years. Gartner's list of the top 10 strategic technology trends highlights 10 key trends that companies should be factoring into their strategic plans.
Hybrid IT is the result of combining internal and external services, usually from a combination of internal and public clouds, in support of a business outcome. Interest in the public cloud has been tempered by adoption risks, leading to architectures that connect internal core services and critical data to external, commoditized services.
The media tablet market did not exist in early 2010. But now, millions of workers use these tablets in the enterprise every day and the tablet market is just the tip of the mobility iceberg. Just below the surface lies a torrent of innovations that include mobile applications, social media, mobile health, cloud computing, mobile payments, interconnected machines, mobile collaboration, and wireless technologies.
Professional Effectiveness stems from the realization of IT practitioners that their organizations need to change how they work and that their culture must change to allow collaborative innovation with their business peers.
Smart machines, 3D printing and digital business are just a few of the disruptions that are impacting business and IT. With so much change, IT leaders face a new set of realities moving forward. Gartner's 2014 Predicts Special Report explores how to exploit the digital revolution now.
The Gartner Execution Model (GEM) provides a workflow and toolkit which helps identify, document and communicate potentially conflicting or interdependent execution streams across different parts of the enterprise.
CIOs who master the intersection of macro trends, leadership in a digital world and gamechanging information and technology will dominate the new era of IT investment and business leadership.
While most enterprises are increasingly feeling the imperative to "do mobile," many don't know where to begin, and there are many obstacles to success. This special report covers the range of obstacles from development to deployment, issues ranging from tools to management and security, and why bring your own device (BYOD) needs to be approached more broadly with the applications and strategies designed for today's world.