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  • What Do CEOs Need Next From Technology And The CIO? What Do CEOs Need Next From Technology And The CIO? Mark Raskino Recorded: May 24 2011 60 mins
    Leading CIOs know that demand management is key to success in the role. CIOs, Enterprise Architects and Senior Vendor Marketers need to discover where business is headed next and what will be required of them. To shed some light on that, in this session we will share some of the fascinating results obtained from Gartner’s most recent global CEO and senior business executive survey.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    •What the CEO priorities are for 2011
    •How CEOs see IT in the post-recession period
    •What CEOs think of CIOs today
  • Top Security Trends and Takeaways for 2011-12 Top Security Trends and Takeaways for 2011-12 Ray Wagner Recorded: May 18 2011 59 mins
    Cybersecurity threats continue to morph and have severe impact. Trends like use of the cloud, consumerization and mobility are changing the way IT is delivered and are both enabling new threats and breaking old security processes.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    •What social, business and technology trends are leading to increased threat to businesses?
    •What security technologies and processes will provide the highest return on investment over the next 5 years?
    •How can businesses balance protecting customer data with increasing revenue?
  • Cool Vendors Empower Modern IT Strategies Cool Vendors Empower Modern IT Strategies Daryl Plummer Recorded: May 16 2011 42 mins
    Cool Vendors is Gartner’s evaluation of the hottest little-known companies in technology from around the world. In 2011, Cool Vendors are as plentiful as ever, and service provision is a key theme along with consumer devices and their use. As these vendors go forth, they will affect markets cresting over the horizon prove that innovation is alive and well and that the savvy investor, vendor, or IT manager will do well to remain on the lookout for good buys, great technology, and partnerships that can shape the future. Join MVP and Gartner Fellow Daryl Plummer for a look at our cool vendors from 2011 and how they will affect markets cresting over the horizon.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    •What is a Cool Vendor and how are they Selected?
    •How are Cool Vendors affecting modern IT Strategies?
    •How are Cool Vendors evolving over time – A Look back
  • How to Combat Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt (FUD) Marketing How to Combat Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt (FUD) Marketing Alfonso Velosa and Sergis Mushell Recorded: May 4 2011 57 mins
    Companies aggressively competing in for revenue and market share sometimes find themselves responding to competitor’s attacks. Sometimes this is created inadvertently, but often it is included in the sales process. The impact can range from mildly annoying to highly damaging. Since overt FUD campaigns tend to lead to lawsuits, most FUD campaigns tend to be subtle and covert. Senior marketing executives should understand how all their functions can be involved.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    •What fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) marketing is
    •How to recognize and combat a FUD campaign or occurrence
    •How to build a standard operating procedure to deal with your competitor’s FUD attacks
    •When to engage with your executives to respond to FUD occurrences

    NOTE: This Webinar does not explain how to conduct a FUD campaign. Gartner does not advocate the use of such campaigns. While recognizing they exist, and indeed are ever easier to spread with almost instantaneous global communications; we do not endorse their use
  • Don't Kill Your Profits: Managing Supply Chain Complexity Don't Kill Your Profits: Managing Supply Chain Complexity Jane Barrett and Hussain Mooraj Recorded: Apr 28 2011 43 mins
    Manufacturers and retailers are facing an increasingly complex global environment, with growth opportunities coming from new and changing markets. Managing this growth and complexity while continuing to manage risk, reduce costs and shorten lead times is a top priority for Supply Chain leaders. In this session we will look at some strategies to manage risk and complexity, including maturity models to help you identify your capabilities and the initiatives to get to the next level.

    These topics will provide a preview into content that will be covered at the upcoming Supply Chain Executive conference

    What you will learn:
    •SKU rationalization
    •Cost management – from landed cost to comprehensive cost-to-serve
    •Multi-tier supplier visibility
    •Supply chain segmentation strategies
  • Negotiating with IBM, Microsoft, Oracle & SAP: Tips for Success Negotiating with IBM, Microsoft, Oracle & SAP: Tips for Success William Snyder Recorded: Apr 21 2011 60 mins
    This presentation addresses the challenges customers have when negotiating with large software vendors; it focuses specifically on Microsoft, Oracle, IBM and SAP and will recommend negotiating strategies and vendor management tactics for each. For many clients these vendors represent substantial investment requirements and potentially huge savings if contracts are negotiated well; but there are substantial downside costs for those who fail to proactively manage the negotiations. This vendor analysis will provide invaluable insight for negotiators, software asset managers and anyone who will be involved in negotiations with these vendors.

    What you will learn:
    •What are the trends in buyer supplier dynamics with major software vendors?
    •What are the leverage points that can be used in negotiations with these vendors?
    •What are the primary areas of unexpected risks in the contract and the key terms and conditions that should be negotiated?
  • How to Develop a Rational and Realistic Social Media Strategy How to Develop a Rational and Realistic Social Media Strategy Carol Rozwell and Anthony Bradley Recorded: Mar 23 2011 52 mins
    Some say social media and social networking are the greatest inventions since the Web. Others fear the loss of privacy or simply don't care what strangers had for lunch. We'll examine how to develop a social media strategy and explore how social media can best benefit your business.

    What you will learn:
    •What is the impact of social media on business today?
    •How will internal and external social networks help create business value?
    •What steps should organizations take to create an effective social media strategy?
  • Targeting Growth: Vertical Industry Opportunities 2012-13 Targeting Growth: Vertical Industry Opportunities 2012-13 Rishi Sood and Venecia Liu Recorded: Mar 15 2011 62 mins
    Technology and service providers looking for growth should understand the new opportunities within vertical industries. After years of lackluster and negative growth, some industry-specific buying centers are significantly increasing their spending. This webinar outlines the major growth drivers across eight vertical industries and highlights new market entry strategies for providers looking to expand in vertical industries in selected emerging economies.

    What you will learn:
    •What is the outlook for IT Spending across vertical industries through 2013?
    •Where are the key growth areas within Industries and what’s driving them?
    •What are the major market entry strategies for verticals in emerging economies?
  • Emerging Technology Hype Cycle 2010: What's Hot and What's Not Emerging Technology Hype Cycle 2010: What's Hot and What's Not Jackie Fenn Recorded: Mar 9 2011 59 mins
    Cloud computing, iPads, 3D TVs – which emerging technologies will live up to their hype, and which will fall by the wayside? The annual Gartner Hype Cycle Special Report provides a detailed look at over 1600 technologies across a broad range of IT topic areas. This session will discuss some of the high fliers in 2010 to 2011, answer some frequently asked questions about interpreting Hype Cycles, and show you how to create your own Hype Cycle for presentations and discussions.

    What you will learn:
    •Which technologies will be hitting the “Peak of Inflated Expectations” during 2010 to 2011.
    •What are the hot topics and trends during the next five years.
    •How to use the hype cycle in creating your technology portfolio.