Gartner on doing business in China: Privacy? What’s that?

jie zhang Tim Greene

Jie Zhang

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Jie Zhang says that as a child in China she played a game picking up marbles with chopsticks and performing the delicate task of carrying them to another room without dropping them. That’s what doing business in China is like for Westerners, she told a breakfast gathering today at Gartner’s Security and Risk Management Summit.

They have to get used to long-standing customs and practices that violate some basic business principles respected outside of China and some new ones that deal specifically with technology.

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