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Mar 10 2008   12:54PM GMT

PR-mageddon! for the week of March 7

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Just in case the public relations buzzwords haven’t been jumping out at you enough, PR-mageddon! this week unveils a new feature: bold buzzwords. Enjoy …

Microsoft Launches Document Interoperability Initiative, March 6: “The launch of this initiative is an important step in Microsoft’s commitment to implement a set of strategic changes in its technology and business practices to expand interoperability through the implementation of its interoperability principles. The Document Interoperability Initiative focuses on bringing vendors together to promote interoperability between document format implementations through testing and refining those implementations, creation of format implementation test suites, and the creation of templates designed for optimal interoperability between different formats.”

SAP and IDS Scheer Partner to Bring Customers Easier Modeling and Visualization of Enterprise Services, March 4: “Users will have visibility into a variety of scenarios including the harmonization and standardization of heterogeneous IT landscapes and the implementation of specific process innovations enabled by enterprise services.”

Oracle Strengthens Content Security, Enhances Enterprise Content Management Platform, March 3: “Oracle also delivered several new features to Oracle Universal Content Management including: Support for BPEL-based (Business Process Execution Language) processes, or standards-based integrations and processes, which helps streamline the integration of document workflows and enterprise applications to enable organizations to more effectively use enterprise content, improve efficiency and accelerate business processes.”

Symantec Delivers Endpoint Encryption Offering to Help Protect Sensitive Information, March 3: “Designed to help customers protect sensitive information and mitigate the increasing risks of data loss, Symantec Endpoint Encryption offers scalable, centralized management for easy deployment and administration. Customers may also leverage existing tools through synchronization with Microsoft Active Directory for group policy management.”

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