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Saying their combined assets can drive down the cost of deploying real-time collaboration software, Sun Microsystems and Oracle have announced plans to work together to spread the word about the benefits of their alternatives to Microsoft's dominant Office suite. Sun vice president Stuart Wells said the effort is aimed to make it easier for enterprises "to cut their tether to Microsoft's pricing schemes and frequent security breaches."
God, this is total deceit. Please tell me what "They've both got great band recognition in the enterprise and are trying to be the alternative in the software space," means. Who is the dork spoating this nonsense? And "They've taken aim at pricing because they know it's something enterprises complain about." Yeah, tell me something new. If your competitor undercuts on price, what do you do?
In your case, write a "totally non added value synopsis of a neo - e boom scenario". Haven't you guys learnt anything?