Laura (Licensed User) is the head of Public Relations and recently purchased a Reprint License which provides her with distribution rights to a Magic Quadrant in which Gartner placed her company in the Leaders quadrant. Laura would like to share the evaluation with her prospects and clients. After working with and receiving approval from the Gartner Reprints team for the promotional language in her e-mail, Laura may send her email (containing the link to the Reprint) to her prospects and clients. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed reading the Magic Quadrant report in its entirety.
Dawn (Licensed User), an Analyst Relations director at her company, purchases a Reprint License of a Vendor Rating Gartner Research document where her company is favorably positioned. Dawn shares the Reprint externally in accordance with the terms of her company's Reprint License with Gartner.
Frank (Licensed User), who works for a Public Relations firm, is responsible for researching technology trends on behalf of his clients. When he finds a Gartner Research document of interest he sends to his clients a group e-mail with the copyrighted PDF version of the document(s) as an attachment. This is an unacceptable use because Gartner does not permit Licensed Users to forward via e-mail a PDF version of a Gartner Research document. While Frank cannot share the full Gartner Research document via his group e-mail, he does have two choices; he may either (i) purchase a Reprint License so that he could use the entire document, per the terms of his Reprint License, or (ii) select a few key sentences from the Gartner Research document to share via his group e-mail. If Frank opts for choice (ii) he should contact Quote Request, here, with his draft e-mail containing the few key sentences. Once he receives approval from Quote Requests, he may then e-mail the approved quote to his Clients provided that this quoting is done on a non-routine basis.