This document contains answers to Frequently Asked Questions regarding IT Key Metrics Data series. This includes; What is the IT Key Metrics Data source? How is Total IT Spending/Budget defined? And How can I establish apples to apples comparisons?
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the Gartner IT Key Metrics Data series?
- How can I review all IT Key Metrics Data published by Gartner?
- What is the IT Key Metrics Data source?
- How can I benchmark my IT organization against published industry metrics?
- How can I participate in IT Key Metrics Data research studies?
- What measures are taken to ensure data quality?
- How can I benchmark my IT organization against a custom peer group?
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- What is Best Practice Use of This Research?
- How is Total IT Spending/Budget Defined?
- Total IT Spending/Budget Definition
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- How are the IT Key Metrics Data vertical industries defined?
- What Type of Organizations Are Represented in IT Key Metrics Data?
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