Posted by: Bcournoyer
Enterprise applications, Microsoft, Servers and desktop hardware
There are only three entries in this week’s PR-mageddon! But what it lacks in quantity, it makes up for in quality. And by “quality,” I mean “jargon and run-on sentences.” Enjoy.
SAP to Release Next-Generation Supply Chain Management Solution to Drive Transformation of Global Business Networks, Feb. 26: “Further delivering on its commitment to provide software solutions enabling companies to increase visibility into essential information and simplify collaboration with their global network of business partners and customers, SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) today introduced the upcoming new release of its industry-leading supply chain management solution. In today’s global economy with its accelerated speed of change, a company’s business network is becoming its primary source of competitive differentiation. By transforming its network of employees, suppliers, customers, partners and distributors into a collaborative, customer-focused, demand-driven community, a company can intelligently adapt to changing market conditions and gain competitive advantage through accelerated innovation.”
Windows Server 2008 – Faster and Greener on Dell, Feb. 27: “Dell offers a comprehensive portfolio of services to best meet the unique needs of customers with diverse IT infrastructures and help simplify the adoption of Windows Server 2008.”
Wave of New Microsoft Enterprise Products Bring Big Benefits to IT Professionals and Developers, Feb. 27: “The launch represents a major milestone to help customers on the road to Dynamic IT, Microsoft’s initiative to help customers optimize their people, processes and technology, and in turn position IT as a strategic asset for their business. These new enterprise products help customers more efficiently and securely manage their entire infrastructure and move to a virtualized environment while also delivering business intelligence and next-generation Web experiences to boost business results.”