Greenspan: Banking won't be Trouble-freegreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
People on this forum who do disaster-recovery on enterprise systems relate to this from Greenspan:
But in terms of the general climate in the banking world, "I have been in this business too long to promise that 2000 will open on an entirely trouble-free note," he added.
Link to Computer Currents article.
-- Lisa (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 23, 1999
I posted to your thread on Eugene yesterday but didn't get a response. Are you from the Eugene/Springfield area? Are you going to the meeting Monday?
-- DOC (hoping_for@the_best.com), July 23, 1999.
Doc: oh, no, Sir: I'm a Texan. I just posted it in case A&L and others missed it...
-- Lisa (email@example.com), July 23, 1999.
OK thanks. I just thought it would have been funny if all this time I've been reading posts from "One Line Lisa" that you may have lived just down the road. Thanks for keeping your eyes open for all of us.
-- DOC (Hoping_for@the_best.com), July 23, 1999.
You can always count on "one line Lisa"......for a number of things ;)
This single comment from Greenspan could rock their world in the financial sector. Hmmmmmmm
-- Will continue (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 23, 1999.
Skeptics please check out official figures from the US Census Bureau and from the Federal Reserve Board (Allan Greenspan's boys!! they should know!!):
-- George (email@example.com), July 23, 1999.