You and your business, what are your concerns?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Cape Fear Region Y2K : One Thread
There are many businesses in our community of Wilmington ferociously attending to "due diligence" as it relates to their respective business. One example is the Herculean efforts of Carolina Power and Light Company (CP&L) and strategic partners at the Brunswick Steam Electric Plant in Southport. The following link opens the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's audit reporton Brunswick's current Y2K readiness activities.
From reading the report, you can see the necessity of coordination and cooperation critical to the successfull management of Y2K projects.
Fortunately, most small businesses do not have as many complex issues as CP&L. However, the task of assessing risk and taking prudent action can be daunting. Since our local economies depend on each other to stay healthy, might our Y2K projects be enhanced if we could identify and share our common concerns.
"What are your business concerns for Y2K? Do you have a plan to address Y2K?"
-- Critt Jarvis (email@example.com), December 17, 1998
I specialize in the "awareness" phase of Y2K and am actively seeking speaking opportunities.
Who in your business community should I be approaching...?
-- David Eddy (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 02, 1999.
-- Critt Jarvis (email@example.com), January 03, 1999
Want to know more about David's concerns with technology?
Read through the Technology Corner archives at:
-- Critt (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 03, 1999.