- Gartner, the world's leading provider of research and analysis about the global
information technology industry, provides UH students, faculty, and staff with
free access to detailed and relevant product information, evaluations,
recommendations, and measurement services on a wide range of technology issues
Using Gartner services, students can create reports, research papers, class
assignments and homework. Gartner also provides students with a wealth of other
topics, including: recommendations on technology hardware and software, and information
on safe computing practices, on the latest consumer technologies, and on how to
utilize the latest mobile wireless devices.
UH faculty and staff can use Gartner resources to access research, evaluations and recommendations, which can include statistical data, charts and graphs. Other things Gartner helps faculty and staff with: Creation of customized, co-branded content for newsletters, reprints and multimedia presentations; calculate and compare ROI or products, vendors, and technologies; generate data and information for strategic planning; and obtain detailed, relevant hardware and software information and recommendations in order to make informed purchasing decisions.
- The University of Houston is a longtime member of EDUCAUSE, a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology. UH subscribes to the EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research (ECAR), which provides students, faculty and staff access to research about the application and use of information technology in higher education. The ECAR research service is accessible at no charge by UH faculty, staff, and students using an EDUCAUSE-assigned username and password.
- Working off-campus
- Under certain circumstances, you may need to work from off-campus locations.
- Travel Alternatives
- Videoconf, SkillPort, HR training, WebCT, ITV?
- Technology Partners Program
- The Technology Partners Program communicates, connects, and collaborates with the university's technology leaders — internal UIT, departmental technology managers, faculty, staff and administration — to empower and help them make informed decisions regarding UH information technology systems.