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If you read my story, The New Road to Riches, then you know that a lot of large companies are snapping up bite-sized companies. EMC has just gotten on to the bandwagon, and has acquired two such companies. Earlier this month they bought Dantz, makers of […]

If you read my story, The New Road to Riches, then you know that a lot of large companies are snapping up bite-sized companies. EMC has just gotten on to the bandwagon, and has acquired two such companies. Earlier this month they bought Dantz, makers of back-up software, Retrospect for $50 million. And now today they have bought Allocity, a software start-up that provides back-up, restore and provisioning for Microsoft Exchange systems.

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