If you are planning a meeting for the year 2000, you need to address the so-called Y2K problem. In brief: Most computers cannot properly process a post-1999 date field. The result is that without significant reprogramming, most computers could reject a date such as February 1, 2000 altogether, or erroneously interpret it as February 1, 1900. In comparison to its potential impact on national defense or air-traffic control, the Y2K problem for the meeting planning industry is relatively ...

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