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Tech News Recap for the Week of 2/29/2016

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Tech News Recap for the Week of 2/29/2016

Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 2/29/2016!

Interesting statistics were released in the 2016 State of IT report. UC Berkeley made its 3rd data breach disclosure in the past 15 months. The EU has approved the Dell buyout of EMC. Cisco has aquired cloud management startup CliQr for $260 million to bolster its software defined networking strategy. At the RSA conference, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger discussed executive changes at VMware, implications of the Dell-EMC merger, and his focus around security. Microsoft continues to support Apple against the FBI, The US Department of Defense is searching for hackers to find and fix security vulnerabilities in its system, and more top news from this week! 

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