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It's not Y2K, but changes to Daylight Saving Time could cause tech problems

Madison, Wis. - Forthcoming changes to Daylight Saving Time will have significant implications for organizations worldwide, but few business organizations are prepared to address their potential information technology impacts, according to a new Windows XP would automatically have a patch sent with their monthly update.

Meantime, we're trying to figure out exactly which applications have their own internal time databases, he said.

Not every organization has a lot of time-sensitive applications that also happen to be mission critical. Ed Meachen, associate vice president of learning and information technolog......

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As a result, Gartner said any organization that interacts with U.S. business partners will need to undertake a review of their time-related exposures.

Since time is running short, and some glitches are inevitable, Gartner advised organizations to run a communi......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 01/31/07


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