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Total warchest now about $200 million for the cloud data protection and management specialist.
An agreement between Microsoft and Red Hat will allow Windows Server containers to run natively on several different Red Hat platforms.
Google debuts Chrome Enterprise to enhance enterprise security and management for Chromebooks and other Chrome devices.
IBM and a consortium of major retail and distribution vendors are planning to use blockchain technology to better monitor and secure the global supply chain for food.
After partnering for several years, Cisco is acquiring SpringPath for $320 million to boost its hyperconverged portfolio for enterprise data centers.
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