Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-05-25

25 May 2009

  • Gartner’s trying to get their reports viewed by higher folks in the organizations? Mirroring IT’s role in messaging up to the CIO. #GAR_Q2 #
  • Gartner’s brand being manipulated by vendors/tech buyers in a downturn to justify contracts? Wow, times really are tight. #GAR_Q2 #
  • AR Newsletter includes a lot of AR industry best practices. I wonder what motivated this change? Client feedback? Competitors? #GAR_Q2 #
  • A new AR Community Website! A much needed overhaul to which is tough to navigate #GAR_Q2 #
  • Some Q&A push-back on revenue disclosure. This could be an issue for some vendors #GAR_Q2 #
  • More frequent (quarterly) forecast updating = good news. But at the expense of other reports? Or perhaps adding more analysts? #GAR_Q2 #
  • Improving website search for forecast reports? Yes, please! #GAR_Q2 #
  • Surprising candor! RT @carterlusher: Richard Gordon discussing response to criticisms to market share number generation shortcomings #GAR_Q2 #
  • AR community review survey results overview. Nothing too surprising from findings. #GAR_Q2 #
  • @carterlusher curious if they changed any presentation content from this morning’s call? #GAR_Q2 #
  • Only 23 attendees and 4 staff – surprised it’s so few even though it’s one of a few versions of the call. #GAR_Q2 #
  • Listening to overview of Gartner’s contract review service. Interesting. Surely, cost is on the mind of many clients. #GAR_Q2 #
  • on Gartner’s Q2 AR Webinar, waiting for a slow adobe flash plugin to load. #GAR_Q2 #
  • RT @IIAR: IIAR blog: AR in a credit crunch: In the AR almanac my peers will no doubt give a hearty thanks to the.. #
  • RT @carterlusher: Gartner has released the 2009 “Cool Vendors” series #
  • RT @akarlin: Did you miss this morning’s Forrester keynotes, @gcolony and @rkoplowitz you can see them here: #FITF09 #
  • RT @forrester: Attending Forrester’s IT Forum 2009 on May 18-22? Please use #FITF09 to tweet highlights: #

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