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Y2K: Where's the fix?
Most millennium-bug issues are management, not technical, concerns...
Bascially, Gartner Group info rehashed, along with comments from Jack Gribben, a spokesman for the President's Council on Year 2000 Conversion.
-- Tim (email@example.com), May 20, 1999
it's management that's going to screw us all.it's management now that's giving out bullshit assurances of progress now.management never admits they're be hind shcedule until deadline is not met.chicken-shit depart heads will be put against the wall for the part they're playing.
-- zoobie (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 20, 1999.
-- Faze the Nation (email@example.com), May 20, 1999.
Uhh, managements inept policies have created a technical nightmare.
-- RD. ->H (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 20, 1999.
Management did not let the technical types FIX the problem back in the 70's and 80's when the tech types told them about the problem. Yep it is DEFINITELY a management problem.
"Next year, we'll fix it next year", says the narrow-minded geek.
sleepin' on the floor..
-- The Dog (email@example.com), May 20, 1999.