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Book:The Computer Time Bomb: How to Keep The Century Date Change From Killing Your Organization (Amacom) by Minda Zetlin explains the Y2K situation in clear, nontechnical terms. Zetlin also presents a step-by-step plan to prepare businesses for meeting the technical challenges posed by the new millennium.
Time Bomb 2000 has become a world-wide bestseller because it doesn't just tell you that there's a Y2K crisis on the way: it spells out how to evaluate your personal risks - and what you can do about them. As the crunch draws closer. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. or. Download to your computer. Mac. Windows 8, 8 RT and Modern UI.
The Computer Time Bomb book. This report couldn't be more timely - because the countdown is on Unless a solution is found to the century date change dilemma ("Y2K" to those fluent in computer lingo), on January 1 of the year 2000, computer systems all over the world might fail - bringing catastrophe and ruin to many businesses.
Unless a solution is found to the century date change dilemma, computer systems all over the world may fail - creating global economic disaster. Now, while IT experts scurry to prevent the catastrophe, this timely book shows how careful planning and preparation can minimize the damage and avert complete disaster. MINDA ZETLIN (Woodstock, NY) is a freelance writer who specializes in business management and technology. She also covers technology in emerging markets for the IBM Web magazine, Other Voices.
Unless a solution is found to the century date change dilemma ("Y2K" to those fluent in computer lingo), on. .
Unless a solution is found to the century date change dilemma ("Y2K" to those fluent in computer lingo), on January 1 of the year 2000, computer systems all over the world might fail - bringing catastrophe and ruin to many businesses. So, while IT experts scurry to prevent it, this book shows how, with careful planning and preparation, organizations can minimize the damage and avoid disaster.
The ticking time bomb scenario is a thought experiment that has been used in the ethics debate over whether torture can ever be justified. As a thought experiment, there is no need that the scenario be plausible; it need only serve to highlight ethical considerations.
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In 1997, the British Standards Institute (BSI) developed standard DISC PD2000-1 defining "Year 2000 Conformity requirements" as four rules:. The Year 2000 problem was the subject of the early book, Computers in Crisis by Jerome and Marilyn Murray (Petrocelli, 1984; reissued by McGraw-Hill under the title The Year 2000 Computing Crisis in 1996).