Not to my knowledge. It's scalabilty of each company's database software. Microsoft clients will open their DB's up to Oracle clients and Oracle clients will open their DB's up to Microsoft clients.
For instance, a company using windows office to power their computers might use Oracle Exadata servers to store big data, which was previously close-ended, meaning there was no access to the opposite's data (even though it's the same company).
Oracle will also be signing a deal with Salesforce, NetSuite, NetApp for the same sharing.
It's a play to stop the rapid growth of Amazon's AWS.
Oracle and MSFT news does not include APKT .....AUDC's business is doing very well on all fronts imo and mobile is very exciting once it hits - i believe it will hit as mailvision had many good customers that Audiocodes should bring into monster customers by 2014. tremendous upside here and there.