Who would have thought two little digits could cause so many big problems? Dealing with the year-2000 computer problem is already straining heavily burdened information technology departments and making IT professionals an increasingly valuable commodity. Its effect is already being felt in some forward-looking systems, and Y2K-inspired litigation may drag on long after Jan. 1, 2000. In exclusive interviews with SN, five leading IT executives did identify a few silver linings in the Y2K ...

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