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What is Gartner?


Gartner is the global leader in providing accurate and current research for the IT industry.  Providing help to staff, students and faculty to translate complex IT issues to comprehensive advice, meaningful analysis, and educates on any anticipated issues.

Gartner offers the combined brainpower of 1,900 research analysts and consultants who advise executives in 110 countries every day. They publish tens of thousands of pages of original research annually and answer 380,000 client questions every year.  Gartner can help you make smarter and faster decisions.

Gartner delivers...

  • Magic Quadrants and Market scopes
  • Hype Cycles
  • Vendor Ratings
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Educational Articles
  • Industry Statistics
  • Current IT Trends
  • Cutting Edge Research

Who can use it?

University of Ottawa faculty, students, and staff in the associated campus, now have FREE access to Gartner for technology related decisions. 

  • Faculty are empowered with current trends in information technology allowing them to bring real world complex issues into the classroom.
  • Staff are given information on how to improve infrastructure, validate technology decisions, analyze trends in the industry and understand best practices.
  • Students can obtain insight on the current trends in technology, information technology management, business issues, organizations, strategy as well as a global perspective on the IT industry.

Note: Faculty, staff and students must be currently enrolled and are required to login with their email account and password.


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Research & Advisory

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Access Gartner reports including Communications, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Innovation & Strategy and more.

Personal Library

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You want to keep some of the Gartner reports you like? Build your own personal library.

Gartner Conferences

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Join forward-thinking leaders to explore emerging trends, accelerate learning and guide near-term decisions.

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