Bryan Taylor is a Research Director on the mobile, endpoint and wearables computing team, covering digital workplace, enterprise endpoint and mobile strategies. He works with CIOs, IT leaders and industry innovators on product, technology, organizational and skills' issues related to planning and building the digital workplace. His areas of expertise include endpoint computing strategy, EUC organizational transformation/staffing/skills, Office 365 ops and support, mobile strategy/MCoE, all aspects of BYOD/BYOA/BYOT, unified endpoint management (UEM), EMM/MDM, mobile application management (MAM), client virtualization, digital workplace strategy, workplace analytics, Windows/Mac modern management/comanagement, enterprise wearable strategy, endpoint platforms, and PC procurement.
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Taylor worked as a Chief Technologist in HP Enterprise Services, focused on end-user computing and cloud services. During his tenure at HPE, he advised IT leaders at the world's largest companies across many industries and drove the new offering and innovation agenda for a $5.5 billion portfolio of service offerings.
Chief Technology Officer
Digital Workplace Infrastructure and Operations
Infrastructure and Operations Leaders
Security and Risk Management Leaders
Master of Science (Incomplete, 1995-96)
Bachelor of Arts (1993)
1Enterprise end-user computing and mobility strategy and technology (includes client virtualization)
2BYOD/BYOA strategy, policies, governance and deployment
3Unified endpoint management (UEM), enterprise mobility management (EMM/MDM), mobile app management (MAM)
4End-user computing organizational and skills' issues