Gartner Policies


Gartner strives to meet the highest standards for accuracy and thoroughness in our research and editorial coverage. When corrections occur they will be listed in this area.

This section outlines Gartner’s commitment to respecting your privacy rights and protecting personal information about you at all times. This section also includes the detailed Gartner Privacy Policy.

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Guidelines for browser support and screen resolution.

Terms of Use
This section details the general terms applicable to use of the website and the Gartner content that is freely accessible on this website.

Copyright & Quote Policy
Gartner, Inc.’s name and published materials are subject to trademark and copyright protection, regardless of source. This section is a guide to how Gartner material is permitted and not permitted for use.

Gartner Usage Policy
The Gartner Usage Policy (formerly the Usage Guidelines for Gartner Services) outlines how licensed users of Gartner research are entitled to use our Services with regard to (a) Research Documents (Internal Use), (b) Research Documents (External Use), (c) Inquiry and (d) Usernames & Passwords. Through the inclusion of practical scenarios, the Gartner Usage Policy helps you use the Services within the parameters of your License and also get the most value out of your Gartner relationship.

Modern Slavery Act Statement (PDF)
Current statement for Gartner U.K. Limited.

UK Tax Strategy (PDF)
Current statement for Gartner U.K. Limited.

Gartner’s Supplier Code of Conduct (PDF)
Gartner is committed to conducting business in an ethical and honest manner and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. To ensure consistency and mutual commitment, Gartner requires that our suppliers (including their employees, representatives and subcontractors) comply with this Supplier Code of Conduct (“Supplier Code”).

Talent Network Privacy Notice (PDF)
Current statement for prospective employees of Gartner.

Fraudulent Communications (PDF)
You may be contacted by unscrupulous people who pretend they work for Gartner to try to get you to provide personal information, money, or payment information. These communications may include Gartner branding, but they are not legitimate. If you suspect a communication from Gartner is fraudulent or a scam, please review this guidance for more information.