Taxed by computer woes "not directly related to Y2K" : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

Here's an interesting article in the Trenton (NJ) Times. It tells of problems the State is having with an updated computer system. However, Y2K was only part of the reason for the update... <:)=

Taxed by computer woes

-- Sysman (, February 16, 1999


It's been my experience (limited to just to networked PCs, to be sure) that most systems and apps are constantly on the ragged edge already. Tney don't "need" the added problems of Y2K. More and more will be pushed over the edge.

-- vbProg (, February 16, 1999.

Thanks, V.B. I agree. This also fits well with a problem we have at work. Since the majority of our mainframe work is being "converted" to new technology, we are going to convert systems that don't have a Y2K problem, so we can dump the old hardware. I think we will be seeing many more stories like this. See ya. <:)=

-- Sysman (, February 16, 1999.

I guess we won't be seeing any more Toilet & Douch ads on TV any more

-- wiseguy (, February 16, 1999.

Come on Wiseguy, I've noticed at least a few, though short, good answers from you. Get your head out of the gutter! <:)=

-- Sysman (, February 16, 1999.

"Got Fault Tolerance?"

-- Faze the Nation (, February 17, 1999.

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