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Tech luminaries grace Gartner confab

Despite the terrorist attacks and world events, Gartner says its expo has been going full steam, with appearances from some of the leading participants in the tech industry.

More than 6,000 information-technology professionals gathered at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2001 in Orlando, Fla., this week.

Despite the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and recent world events, Gartner organizers say the expo has been going full steam, with appearances from some of the leading participants in the tech industry.

Intel's Craig Barrett, Hewlett-Packard's Carly Fiorina, Microsoft's Steve Ballmer and Compaq's Michael Capellas have addressed the crowds on a number of different issues. Some key points have included how technology companies can survive tough times while still growing for the future.

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HP talks transition
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Intel CEO's Itanium vision
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Challenges for tech in a recession
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