Make sure your company is immunized against the Millennium Bug—now!
Computer and network failures, massive data corruption, loss of revenue, improper product dating, government fines, litigation by stockholders, partners, employees, clients, suppliers. . . . With so much at stake, you simply cannot afford to delegate the responsibility for dealing with the Year 2000 computer crisis to your IT managers or outside consultants. Legally and ethically, it is your job to guarantee that your organization takes all the necessary steps to avert disaster. And time is running out. If you don't have the problem in hand soon, you may be too late.
Evaluating the Year 2000 Project is a valuable tool for managing your company's Y2K plan. In nontechnical language, author Timothy Braithwaite spells out all of the risk areas associated with Y2K programs as well as an action plan to contain those risks and to pilot your company safely through the impending crisis.
Braithwaite specifies the corporate actions, management processes, and questions you'll need to gauge the progress of your plan. In addition to serving as a benchmark, this book identifies documentation that provides important legal evidence that your company did everything possible to correct the problem and prevent harm to your business partners, customers, and third parties.
Finally, by offering a comprehensive enterprise-wide management baseline from which to deal with the Y2K problem, this book also arms executives with the essential knowledge they will need to plan and manage their company's IT resources into the twenty-first century.
Protect your company (and your career) against the hazards of the Millennium Bug with Evaluating the Year 2000 Project.