Computer Crisis 2000

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Self-Counsel Press, Incorporated, Jan 1, 1998 - Computers - 232 pages
This is a beginner's guide to understanding the implications of the Millennium Bug, with plain-English information for small- and medium-sized businesses. The book explains what the crisis is, how it will affect people and businesses, how to implement a Year 2000 plan, and how to communicate your plan to staff, suppliers and customers.

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Contents

CRISIS 2000
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The problem is one of scope
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b Leap years
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About the author (1998)

Born September 2, 1950 in Bromley, England, W. Michael Fletcher is an experienced manager in cultural, media, and high tech industries. He studied Urban Studies at York University and became a Certified General Accountant in 1982. Active in several business associations, including the Board of Trade and Chamber of Commerce, he is also on the executive board of New Media North, a multimedia association. He was nominated Entrepreneur of the Year by the Ottawa Board of Trade in 1998. Fletcher's book, Computer Crisis 2000, published in Canada and the U.S., a business guide to the Millennium Bug, lays out steps to figure out what may be at risk in the year 2000, and how to fix it. Fletcher lives in Ottawa, Ontario.

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