Ezra Gottheil, an analyst with Technology Business Research, said people may be jumping the gun.
What does TBR stand for?
TBR stands for Technology Business Research
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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Force10 provides Dell ammunition to go after midmarket companies, but also fills out data center pieces as it moves upstream to get larger and richer services deals, said Greg Richardson, an analyst at Technology Business Research.
Gundotra didn't really say what those changes will be, but Ezra Gottheil, an analyst with Technology Business Research, told Computerwold that he expects that Google will be tackling issues pertaining to Google+ invites, and also the receiving of many notifications on things such as being added to a circle or referred to someone else.
The report, Corporate IT Buying Behavior & Customer Satisfaction Study: Notebooks is based on a fourth quarter 2007 survey of 648 IT managers conducted by Technology Business Research, Inc.
0% from 2001, with four of the top five makers expanding market shares, information technology business research firm Gartner Japan Ltd.
ROUND ROCK, Texas -- A majority of respondents to a survey of 130 Hewlett-Packard (HP) customers in the United States with at least 500 employees have become concerned with the direction the company is taking, according to Technology Business Research (TBR)1.
IT services vendors are investing in emerging geographies in APAC, LATAM, the Middle East and Africa, industry-specific offerings, and higher-margin offerings such as cloud and virtualization to drive growth, according to Technology Business Research, Inc.
Ezra Gottheil, an analyst with Technology Business Research, is not convinced the new applications are what users want, and most will not want to share more information.