IT Services

Gartner Research

Description

Gartner, Inc. is the world's leading Information Technology (IT) research and advisory company and works to research, analyze and interpret the business of IT.

Features and Benefits

Features and Benefits: 

With Amherst’s campus subscription, students and employees (staff and faculty) can use Gartner.com to access Gartner Research online and use Gartner Alerts to keep up with IT topics of interest.

Requirements

Requirements: 

Access to Garnter Research and Alerts through the Amherst portal is available to Amherst College students and current employees (faculty and staff).

Getting Started

Getting Started: 

Log in to Gartner.COM VIA AMHERST COLLEGE PORTAL

 

  • Log In
    • Click the log in link above, log in with your Amherst credentials.
      You can only log in using the Amherst College portal link above, not via the www.gartner.com home page.
      Note:
      If you are already logged into the Amherst website or other Amherst network resource and click our Gartner Research portal link, you may get logged into Gartner Research automatically. You can tell if you are logged in if you see a greeting with your name (e.g., Hi, Yourfirstname) in the top center of the Gartner home page in your browser.
  • Search for topics you're interested in.

  • Use Alerts if you want to be notified when there is new research on specific topcis of interest to you.

  • When you're finished, make sure to log out. Once logged out, to log back in you must use the portal link provided above. You cannot log back in from the gartner.com home page.

  • To make it easy to log back in to gartner.com:
    • Bookmark or make a favorite of this webpage in your browser to easily get back to the gartner.com portal link. If you're not sure how to bookmark or favorite a website address, use your browser Help feature.
      Note:
      Once you log in, because of the website security set-up, you cannot bookmark anything on gartner.com. Use the Alerts feature and options with gartner.com to keep track of content you follow.
      OR
    • Make a desktop shortcut of a link to this webpage. To make a desktop shortcut, hover the cursor over the symbol (found just to the right of the back or forward arrow) in the browser web address bar area. Depending on your browser the symbol may be the letter A, a globe, a padlock or other. Drag the symbol out to your desktop to create a shortcut to this webpage.

Resources

Resources: 

Audience

Audience: 
Students
Faculty
Staff

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