Gartner Expert

Nathan Hill

VP Analyst

Nathan Hill is a Research Vice President in Gartner Research, where he is part of the Mobile and Endpoint Strategies team.

His research covers end-user computing strategies including the evolution of user-centric "Unified Workspaces" - the delivery of the right application and data to the right user at the right location and time in a contextually aware manner.

Mr Hill provides primary coverage for evaluating and planning desktop virtualization deployments and how these technologies are powering a new generation of Desktop as a Service (DaaS) cloud workspace service offerings.

In addition, Mr. Hill assists organizations in the justification and planning of technology deployments.Nathan Hill is a Research Vice President in Gartner Research, where he is part of the Mobile and Endpoint Strategies team.

Roles and responsibility

I&O Leaders responsible for Mobile and Endpoint Strategies

EUC Architects

Previous experience

Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Hill was the Global Product Manager for HP, covering client virtualization solutions in the Enterprise Services division. He has extensive outsourcing and managed service experience in both server and desktop infrastructure services across all industry verticals. This gives him a deep insight into a diverse set of business issues and how they can be addressed via technology solutions.

Professional background

HP Enterprise Services

Global Product Manager - Client Virtualization Services

Electronic Data Systems

Offering Consultant

Electronic Data Systems

Infrastructure Analyst

Areas of coverage

Digital Workplace Infrastructure and Operations

Infrastructure and Operations Leaders

Education

M.Sc., with honors, Biological Computation, University of York, U.K.

B.Sc., with honors, Genetics, University of York, U.K.

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Top Issues That I Help Clients Address

1Business Value of Desktop Virtualization

2Different Client Computing Architectures

3Desktop as a Service

4Different Endpoint Strategies, Including Thin Clients

5The evolution of Unified Workspaces - contextual, user centric services