On every category page upward and downward trending products can be viewed by way of up/down arrows located next to the vendor logo. If a product is trending up or down, it means that, within the last 3 months, it has moved up or down the chart for the Top Products in that category. A double arrow shows that it is moving quickly.
To view a real-time example of this feature, click here to see how Firewall tools are trending. FireEye, for instance, has moved significantly up in the ranking, whereas, pfSense, Cyberoam UTM, and Palo Alto Networks WildFire have moved downwards.
Individual scores for the top rated Firewall tools can be seen here.
“IT Central Station is an invaluable source to get opinions from other enterprise users in a trusted environment,” said Warren Kudman, who serves on the Advisory Board of IT Central Station and is Chief Information Officer at Turner Construction Company, one of the largest construction management companies in the United States, “The trending tool, in addition to the validated product reviews and peer connections, will help users make technology purchasing decisions.”
Russell Rothstein, Co-Founder and CEO of IT Central Station, added, “Our community of enterprise tech users have been asking us for trending data for a while now and it's exciting to be able to deliver it to them.”
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IT Central Station is revolutionizing the enterprise technology buying process through the power of crowdsourced knowledge, online product reviews and social networking. The company has been called an "innovative platform at the forefront of the new social buying process" by IDC, and the "Yelp for Enterprise Tech" by the Wall Street Journal. IT Central Station reaches over 22 million tech buyers who access and share unbiased product information and tap into a community of other real users in order to make the best buying decision. For more information, visit www.ITCentralStation.com.
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Wednesday July 29, 2015