Posted by: Bcournoyer
Enterprise applications, Linux, Open-source, Oracle
PR-magdeddon! is a new feature here on Channel Marker, where we call out vendors for press releases that aren’t exactly the most clear and concise things in the world. Check out last week’s debut if you missed it and then read this week’s worst offenders. If you’re brave enough to try and decipher what these press releases mean, leave a comment.
CSC Standardizes Nordic Linux Hosting Services on Red Hat Solutions, Feb. 20: “CSC has also implemented the Red Hat Network Satellite Server systems management platform for a unified and centralized management, administration and provisioning model for its Linux systems.”
Oracle Unveils New Release of Oracle Identity Manager, Feb. 20: “A component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Identity Manager is a user provisioning and administration solution that enables organizations to automate the process of adding, updating and deleting user accounts from applications and directories; and helps improve regulatory compliance by providing granular reports that attest to who has access to specific data, resources and information.”
Hobby Lobby Turns to SAP to Help Build Its Future, Feb. 20: “Demonstrating ongoing leadership in providing innovative solutions to retailers worldwide, SAP America, Inc., a subsidiary of SAP AG (NYSE:SAP), today announced that Hobby Lobby has selected SAP to provide a stable, predictable solution platform and a clear solution road map to help the company manage operations and continue to grow successfully.”
Symantec Backup Exec 12 Delivers Certified Data Protection for New, Existing Windows Systems, Feb. 19: “Backup Exec 12 rapidly restores data from a single pass backup with patent-pending Granular Recovery Technology, which obviates the need to run mailbox backups to recover individual Exchange emails, and makes it easy to restore SharePoint, SharePoint Services, and Active Directory data-from documents to user attributes and properties-in seconds.”