After the Y2K Fireworks: Business and Technology Strategies

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CRC Press, May 24, 1999 - Business & Economics - 464 pages
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After the Y2K Fireworks focuses on the business and technical aspects of surviving the year 2000 problem - from an author conversant with both business (particularly financial) and computer professionals.
More companies than not will fail to prevent the problems arising from this potential programming disaster. After the Y2K Fireworks addresses this part of the market - putting the problem in perspective and examining all the various organizational and technical issues required to rebuild.
 

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Contents

The Fireworks
1
The Schizophrenic Enterprise
29
Strategic Advantage of Y2K Resurrection
57
The Process Discipline for Y2K Resurrection
83
The Y2K Resurrection Process
113
Technology in Year 2000
143
A Technological Process
169
Methodology in Year 2000
201
Distributed Architecture in Y2K Resurrection
321
Processes from Ashes
339
Testing Strategies for Y2K Processes
359
The Adwait Enterprise in Year 2000
385
Sample Y2K Acceptance Criteria
393
Databases
395
WhiteClouds
401
Schedule the Project
408

Describing the Methodological Process
233
Sociology in Year 2000
267
A Sociological Process
293

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