Gartner Clients Substantially Reject Tight Control Over Users


Archived Published: 15 May 2007 ID: G00148513

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Summary

In three different debate sessions at Gartner's Symposium/ITxpo 2007 in San Francisco, attendees voted on three propositions related to control (versus autonomy) for users. Respondents voted in favor of relaxing controls over what applications, services and devices users employ.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • 1.0 Data
      • 1.1 Debate 1: Free and Open Communications — A Good Idea?
      • 1.2 Debate 2: Barbarians at the Gate
      • 1.3 Debate 3: Control vs. Autonomy
    • 2.0 Summary Results
    • 3.0 Data Limitations
    • 4.0 Analysis
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