IT Services has subscribed to the Gartner Campus Agreement, so Sussex staff and students can now search Gartner's web site for their research and reports on information technology.
You will need to login to access the Gartner web site
Login with your IT username and password and then click on Classic gartner.com. You should also receive a welcome email from Gartner the first time you login.
"Working within the school of Business Management and Economics we aim always to offer students access to the most relevant and up to date commercial information as well as our own research led material. Knowing Gartner as the pre-eminent source of "Knowledge Leadership" from my Consultancy days I was delighted to discover that ITS not only had a subscription for their own business intelligence purposes but had generously made full access to research papers available to registered students and staff." David Green, Tutorial Fellow, School of Business, Management and Economics
Further information about Gartner, from Emma Doherty, our Sussex Education Account Executive at Gartner email@example.com:
Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT) is the world's leading information technology research and advisory company.
Gartner offers the combined brainpower of 1,200 research analysts and consultants to help you make smarter and faster decisions. Our years of relevant experience and institutional knowledge prevent costly and avoidable errors for you. Be confident that with Gartner, your decisions are the right decisions.
The Core research program which the University of Sussex currently has in place provides strategic and project based information via a 650+ Analyst Community, of which over 60 publish research targeted specifically written for Education institutions. Through this community we are able to provide actionable advice to all faculties and students who are concerned with anything that is IT related.
Please see below the different ways (at a high level) in which Gartner can be involved and add value.
How other universities use it:
With a Campus agreement, you can also benefit the
Updated on 07 February 2013