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The 10 Most Significant Security Acquisitions Of 2010

From the McAfee and Intel mega-marriage to Trend Micro's purchase of Mobile Armor, here are a few of the most significant security acquisitions of the year.

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9. IBM - BigFix



In a record three weeks, IBM bought and completed the acquisition of BigFix.

Essentially, the move kept IBM on par with some of its stack competitors by giving it the ability to implement data center and security initiatives, extending security and compliance globally to thousands of laptops, PCs and servers from the data center.

Technologies garnered from BigFix, which will be woven into the IBM Software Group, will enable IBM to better secure enterprise customers with technologies that manage and automate security and compliance updates on thousands of computers around the globe. BigFix was also seen as integral to IBM's automation portfolio that controls the data center, PCs and laptops, as well as servers, software, storage and an array of physical assets.

 
 
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