Microsoft has bought big data access control software developer BlueTalon, which had raised approximately $26m from investors including Stanford-StartX Fund.

Computer software and technology supplier Microsoft on Monday purchased data management software developer BlueTalon for an undisclosed sum, providing exits to investors including Stanford-StartX Fund. Details of the transaction were not provided. Stanford-StartX Fund is backed by Stanford University and acts as the investment arm of its affiliate accelerator, StartX. Founded in 2013, BlueTalon markets…

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