Y2K compliant


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Y2K compliant

Capable of correctly processing any data that deals with a date beyond the year 1999. See Y2K problem.
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Department of State found that some of its equipment was not Y2K compliant, and invested in new equipment.
The thrust behind the newsletter was to provide practical guidance on legislation, litigation, liability; arbitration, SEC disclosure guidelines, FCC administrative regulations and policies, and equipment manufacturers who had Y2K compliant products.
For any system to be Y2K compliant it should fulfil the following definitional rules [Roberg (1999)]:
But some 70% of the respondents think the bug will cause problems to banking systems and services, despite the Monetary Authority of Singapore's recent assurance that banks and financial institutions in Singapore are Y2K compliant.
Technologically, all the buildings systems were de signed to be Y2K compliant and the main systems are backed up by a 900kva emergency generator.
public ports, it is estimated, by Coast Guard surveys, that only a small percentage of the facilities that have responded are Y2K compliant.
What might happen if your building systems are not Y2K compliant?
Since then, USA Today reported, General Electric Co expects to spend $575 million to become "Y2K compliant"; Ford, $400 million; Caterpillar, $175 million.
Bernie Khoo, vice president of research and information for the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, says few providers have availed themselves of a service on AAHSA's Web site inviting them to send in a list of medical equipment, including makes and model numbers, and get back a report on what is Y2K compliant.
Although ongoing tests of the software haven't found any showstoppers so far, it has not yet been certified as Y2K compliant, Holt notes.
In a special Y2K briefing, Secretary Cohen said that all of the Department's mission-critical computers would be fully Y2K compliant by the end of September, with the rest ready by the end of the year.
The Y2K point I would like to make is that earlier this year, my hospital was certified as being Y2K compliant. Well, just recently, I was going over an insurance form that the hospital's computer had printed out from the administration office and it indicated that this patient was born back in 1/1/1801 and was 198 years old, according to this computer.