Vendors still fixing Y2K bugs

Manufacturers are still discovering year 2000 problems with existing software and hardware products, according to the Infoliant Corp.

The company publishes the Delta Report and discovered that for November 1998 through January 1999, there were more changes in whether products were year 2000 compliant than any time since the group started tracking data in 1997.

There were 1500 changes in compliance status by manufacturers in those three months, which could mean a product once believed compliant was really noncompliant or needed corrections.

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