The IIAR will hold a teleconference on the subject of AR best practice at anlayst-firm sponsored events on Thursday 6/5/10.
Recently, I’ve done joint announcements with Oracle, SAP, HP, Tibco, Software AG and HP. As you can imagine, I’ve had varying relationships with each and I’m happy to report that the state of the A/R industry is good and that we can work together.
Today, some advertising for our friends from MWD who are hiring senior IT industry analysts to join them. For some background on the company, read Neil Ward-Dutton’s interview.
Interview of Kevin McIsaac from IBRS (servers, storage, virtualisation), Australia.
Nicholas McQuire has recently joined IDC as Director of Research, EMEA Enterprise Mobility, hot from BT Global Services. He accepted to answer our infamous “Around in 10 questions” interview, thanks to him!
After a busy year’s freelancing Ellie Warner is moving back to the corporate world to head HP’s AR program in APAC. Working for the company’s Enterprise Business Group, she will be based in Singapore.Prior to that, Ellie worked at Sun Microsystems where she built the International AR program in Europe and Asia.
I was reading Merv’s post on Analysts Don’t List Themselves on Social Media « Merv’s Market Strategies for IT Suppliers and it coiincidentally resonated with a conversation I was having this week with an account manager at an IT analysis research form. Merv’s point that twitter handles and blogs are not listed on analyst bios raises… Read More →
The IIAR is 4!
Jeff Mann from Gartner (@JeffMann) blogged yesterday about NDA Games. It’s an interesting subject, in particular with respect to what useage analysts are allowed to make of information disclosed in an NDA briefing, or to spell it out, a briefing during which the information exchanged is disclosed under a “Non Disclosure Agreement”. Just to go… Read More →
Josh50_2Josh Bernoff, yes as in Josh Groundswell Bernoff, from Forrester posted recently a great post on what analysts actually do. Now, it’s not a new subject but it’s still pretty difficult to explain to your mother. Joes does it elegantly and kindly accepted my request to reblog it here.
Aaron Yaverski, GVP High Tech Provider Product Management for Gartner, will be our guest speaker at the next IIAR Forum on January 31. Forums are open to IIAR members. For more information, please contact IIAR Secretary Hannah Kirkman. Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPinterest
The new IIAR Member Directory has just been posted to the IIAR website – to view, go to the Library section, under IIAR General Information (membership required for access). The directory will be updated regularly so if any members who are not included would like to be added to future editions, please just drop me… Read More →
The Institute of Industry Analyst Relations has expanded onto LinkedIn, the main business networking site. The new IIAR group allows AR professionals to connect with each other, and allows members to pass on connections and requests for information to other people on LinkedIn. The site lists more than 500 current contacts at each of the… Read More →
I never thought this would be so difficult! Duncan kindly suggested WordPress because it’s much better, which I did. It’s much more difficult to set up than blogger and as soon as I did Catherine was commenting on Twitter that it’s buggy. I finally got around redirecting it but still can’t get the domains to… Read More →
During yesterday’s forum, kindly hosted by Susan from Logica and masterfully chaired by Janine from Vodafone, it has been decided to create a blog for the Institute. So, here here we go. In accordance with the IIAR philosophy, it will be open to all the members and won’t be a single version of the truth… Read More →
Senior analyst relations professionals from across Europe have agreed to launch a professional institute. A meeting in London yesterday gathered together members of Europe’s two analyst relations networks to agree the goals, membership requirements and organisational framework for a new international association. Half of us went for dinner afterwards, and Marius’ photograph gives an idea… Read More →