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The top editorial topics for Techday's sites during September 2016

01 Sep 16

Techday uses tags - essentially editorial topics - to help organise stories. This allows us to recommend other stories to read next (based on the reader's interests) and target advertising towards a very particular audience.

When a reader clicks on a tag, it takes them to a list of other stories, which also have that phrase or word as a tag. Every month we rank the tags (in terms of highest average views) from each website to determine the most popular across our stories, as this can provide valuable information and indicate the hot topics for the month.

Here are the top five tags for each website within the Techday network during September 2016:

Asia

DataCenterNews.asia

  1. Zerto
  2. IBM
  3. Subsea cable project
  4. Data center cooling
  5. Pure Storage

​SecurityBrief.asia

  1. CyberArk
  2. Menlo Security
  3. Check Point
  4. Trojan
  5. Cloud Security Expo

​EnterpriseChannel.asia

  1. Microsoft
  2. Snapdeal
  3. SAP
  4. Asus
  5. OpenStack

Australia

ITBrief.com.au

  1. Big data
  2. Lenovo
  3. Office 365
  4. Digital Transformation
  5. Cylance

SecurityBrief.com.au

  1. Menlo Security
  2. Cylance
  3. Tenable Networks Security
  4. Symantec
  5. Hadoop

ChannelLife.com.au

  1. Australia Partner Conference
  2. Microsoft Australia
  3. Exclusive Networks
  4. Hybrid Cloud
  5. Microsoft Ignite 2016

New Zealand

NetGuide.co.nz

  1. Bluetooth
  2. Samsung Note 7
  3. Wireless headphones
  4. Apple iPhone
  5. Yahoo

Educators.co.nz

  1. 3D printing
  2. Ingram Micro New Zealand
  3. Google for Education
  4. Microsoft
  5. Technology in schools

bizEDGE.co.nz

  1. SalesForce
  2. Augmented Reality
  3. Start-up
  4. Xerocon South 2016
  5. Adobe

ITBrief.co.nz

  1. Fintech
  2. SalesForce
  3. Ransomware
  4. Internet of Things
  5. Machine learning

SecurityBrief.co.nz

  1. Spark
  2. Machine learning
  3. Google Cloud
  4. Yahoo
  5. Kaspersky

ChannelLife.co.nz

  1. Microsoft Ignite 2016
  2. Exclusive networks
  3. Internet of Things
  4. Oracle
  5. HPE

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