"I reviewed the new information in context with similar information I have collected on the topic."

Is the use of is phrase - in context with - common? It seems that it's used mainly by IT people.

Thank you.
IT people are not famous for using good English.
I know, as I used to be one.
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So your verdict on this particular phrase?
I wouldn't use it.

I'd say 'in the context of'