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Tech News Recap for the Week of 5/30/2016

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Tech News Recap for the Week of 5/30/2016

Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 5/30/2016!

A hacker is selling 65 million passwords from a 2013 Tumblr data breach. Citrix gets a new CEO who says the company will focus on supporting cloud technology, Microsoft integrations and its core end-user computing products moving forward. Salesforce acquired Demandware for $2.8 billion. A former employee is suing Oracle for allegedly being pushed to bolster Oracle Cloud Services financial reports...Oracle plans to sue back for malicious prosecution and says the former employee was let go for poor performance. Some states are now casting their nets to tax online services that use computing to deliver their otherwise nontaxable services. Farmers are using Google Cloud to help increase their crop output, 12% of banking CEOs don't know if their bank has been hacked, and more top news from this week you may have missed!

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