Can you believe another year has passed already? At BrianMadden.com, we've become somewhat known for our "state of the industry" surveys we use to understand what people are doing in the end user computing market. We've just completed writing the questions for our 2014 desktop virtualization survey.
Now we invite you to share information about what your organization is doing in these areas. We'll then compile and "slice" the results and share them later this year on BrianMadden.com. If you choose to share your email address at the end of the survey, we'll email you the in-depth analysis report that I write based on the results of this. (And if reports aren't your thing, we'll also choose one survey-taker at random to win free admission to one of our BriForum 2014 events.)
By the way, in past years people have asked why we ask all the personal questions like what their role is in the company or how big their company is or where they're located. The fear is that we're using that information to somehow profile you or market to you. Fortunately that is not true.
We ask all those questions so we can "slice" the survey results by different segments. It's awesome to compare answers based on geography or company size (or, quite frankly, to see the difference of what "rank-and-file" engineers think drives their company to desktop virtualization versus what the IT management thinks. :)
The email address we ask for at the end is simply for us to email you a copy of our analysis and to enter you for the drawing for the free BriForum admission. It is not connected to your TechTarget profile or account and we won't use it in the future for marketing purposes.
So if you have a few minutes, please take our 2014 state of the industry survey. Obviously the more answers we get, the more complete picture of the industry we can share on BrianMadden.com. (If you're a consultant or vendor, feel free to answer the questions from the perspective of one of your clients. Just choose "consultant" or "vendor" though when we ask about your role on the first page.)
Thanks from Brian & Gabe!