The Year 2000 Information Center, www.year2000.com, a privately sponsored site listing a variety of support information, news articles and resources offers the following resources on Y2K.
- The National Bulletin Board for Year 2000: www.it2000.com. Claims to be the “single most comprehensive information site” on Year 2000 issues.
- The Automotive Industry Action Group: www.aiag.org. Sponsored by the automotive industry with support from the manufacturers.
- Datamation: www.datamation.com. National publication’s Web site; deals with multiple issues.
- IBM Corp.: www.ibm.com/year2000. Smart page with direct information about IBM products, services. Free COBOL training.
- Microsoft Corp.: www.microsoft.com. The Microsoft Year 2000 Resource Center Product Guide-details specific Microsoft products and their Year 2000 preparedness. Look under key projects for link.
- Novell Corp.: www.Novell.com. Novell’s only official source of information about Project 2000 requirements and the status of Novell products.
- Information Technology Association of America (ITAA): itaa.org/year2000.htm. An information packed page with multiple links.
- Year 2000 Best Practices: www.itpolicy.gsa.gov/mks/yr2000/y207best.htm. A comprehensive listing of federal government initiatives and related international sites. Worth visiting.
- Mitre Corp.: www.mitre.org/research/y2k. A well designed site, with Commercial Off-the-Shelf product and vendor reviews.
- Harker Inc.: www.harkerinc.com/year2000/. An interesting site with good statistical information.
- Thinking Tools Inc.: www.thinkingtools.com. Some provocative ideas here.
- Gartner Group: www.gartner.com/meyr2000.rspl.html. An excellent site, but make certain to enter the URL since it is not intuitive on the home page.
- Computer World: www.computerworld.com/year2000/index.html. Ever want to read everything on Y2K? This is the site. Great resource.
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