Stories From The Issue Of » November 03, 2003
Who Owns Gartner?
The firm insists that an influential VC's 38% stake won't compromise its objectivity
Replacing trusted legacy apps has risks and up-front costs. But leaders at these companies decided that keeping them around was even riskier.
- Virtual Battlefield The Answer To Real Threats
- TechGuide: Every Little Gigabit Helps
- Keep Far-Flung Employees Close
- Migration Off The Mainframe
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: A Closer Look At Gartner
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Acting--And Wishing--Upon A Rising Bubble
- Chris Murphy IT Confidential: Deciding How To Work With Competitors
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Tech Sector Shows Mixed Signs Of Uptick
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: Time To Check Your CDRs
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: Strategic Value, Employee Retention
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