Storage Magic Kingdom: Top 10 Storage Trending Topics in Tech Week of Jan 30, 2013

The publishing and research teams at SiliconANGLE and Wikibon are tracking the top conversations trends in the technology crowd.  Verticals include cloud, enterprise mobile,  big data, datacenter, software-defined networking, virtualization, devops, and many more.

One area in the crowd where the conversation is hot is storage.

From a sample size of  240,175 unique users in the storage business SiliconANGLE and Wikibon have compiled in real time the top storage trending conversations by topic and interest.  Besides the insight on the topics and interests on the list is that only two vendors having a share of voice in the storage conversation kingdom is EMC and HP.





The Magic Kingdom – Top Conversations in the Crowd

This new real time trend categories the top conversations into Magic Kingdom a proprietary index that tracks the top tech conversations trends.

Top 10 Conversations in the Crowd – This Week in Storage

1. Disaster Recovery

2. Replication

3. Data Recovery

4. Storage Software

5. Business Continuity

6. Backup Recovery

7. vBlock

8. EMC

9. HP Storage

10. Storage NAS

For more information on the Storage ecosystem real time data that is available please contact me @furrier or Dave Vellante at Wikbon @dvellante.


John Furrier

John Furrier is founder, co-CEO, and Editor-in-Chief of SiliconANGLE, a new media company covering the intersection of computer science and social science. Furrier is also the co-founder and CEO of CrowdChat a social media platform for large-scale group conversations over hashtags. In addition to SiliconANGLE John runs Broadband Developments a private incubator and investment firm for creating new startups. Furrier lives in Palo Alto, California with his wife and four children.


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