If you've ever been interested in learning more about Burton Group, this would be a good offer to consider:
Burton Group, a US-based IT research firm focused on enterprise infrastructure technologies, today launched a program encouraging IT organizations to drop a single-user seat from their Gartner, Forrester or other research provider contract. The "Drop a Seat" program lets first-time clients subscribe to a standard Burton Group research service -- which includes enterprise-wide access -- for the price they currently pay for just one user to access a competitor service.
More details, quoted from a BG press release:
Burton Group’s research and advisory services focus on the technical analysis of infrastructure technologies. The six areas of practice are security and risk management, identity management and privacy, application platforms, network and telecom infrastructure, collaboration and content management, and the newest addition, data center strategies.
"We want to make it easier, not harder, for enterprise customers to put our research to good use," said Jamie Lewis, Burton Group CEO and research chair. "The combination of our in-depth research focus, architectural approach, and flexible pricing model makes our services more effective for enterprise IT customers who need actionable advice. With this program, we’re encouraging new customers to compare us to market incumbents like Gartner and Forrester because we’re confident they’ll like what they see."
For more details: http://www.dropaseat.com
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