Gartner Group: Y2k problems will linger for 30 monthsgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
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-- FM (email@example.com), April 18, 1999
FM, Can you check this link,please.I can't get it to work. Thanks
-- Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 18, 1999.
NO I couldn't either Chris. I tried 4 or 5 other search engines as well, and then searched "gartner group" and found an interesting page of links from '98 until now, mostly older but still a way to get to sites for updated info. 1 bookmark=lotsa sites Didn't seem to have anything to do with this thread though. Should go back and do advanced Yahoo search "Gartner and Group and 30" and see what happens.
-- spun@lright (email@example.com), April 18, 1999.
Try a search on Garter Grope - that might work - at any rate you'll get more accurate information :)
-- Andy (2000EOD@prodigy.net), April 18, 1999.
URL works fine... Try this hotlink
The date of the "phone interview" with the Gartner Group is not noted in the article.
-- PNG (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 18, 1999.
... While Gartner's extended Y2K impact scenario is at odds with most discussions of Y2K impact, the company's leadership role in raising awareness of Y2K practically guarantees that its findings will not be ignored. ...
Gartner Group web-site ...
REPORT: Year 2000 Risk Assessment and Planning for Individuals
... The Bottom Line: Individuals should prepare for limited duration, localized failures of services and infrastructure rather than an apocalypse. The type and number of failures will vary geographically and cannot really be predicted. Individuals should ensure that they have at least two weeks' salary in cash and up to five days' contingency supplies of key consumable materials (e.g., medication, fuel and food) that they might need.
This Strategic Analysis Report represents the collective view of GartnerGroup as of October 1998. ...
Quote on Y2K Solutions page ... Most organizations will be picking up the pieces of compliance problems far beyond the Year 2000.
Explore and or register to have access to further Gartner info.
-- Diane J. Squire (email@example.com), April 18, 1999.