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Tech News Recap for the Week of 8/29/2016

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Tech News Recap for the Week of 8/29/2016

Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 8/29/2016!

There was a lot of big news this week as we head into the long weekend. Dell announced that its transaction with EMC will close on September 7, 2016. Nutanix announced the acquisitions of PernixData and Calm.io to augment its Enterprise Cloud Platform. Plenty of news came out of VMworld 2016 held in Las Vegas. 68 million Dropbox accounts have been compromised following a data breach back in 2012, digital transformation is giving IT spending a big boost, and more top news you may have missed this week!

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