In Collaboration with the Center for Software Development Will your information systems be ready when the calendar hits the Year 2000? This question is now being asked on the front page in the lay press, confirming that Year 2000 compliance is a serious global business problem — one that threatens the post-2000 survival of many large and small organizations in industry and government. Three panelists, each with extensive experience in the IS field, will share their views of the significance of Year 2000 compliance and the likely impact of failing to achieve it. Two will focus on the approach currently being taken by their respective organizations: the third will review key legal issues, including the liabilities of officers and directors.
William A. Fenwick, Esq., Fenwick & West LLP Chas Snyder, Director, Year 2000 Program U.S. Information Sytems, Levi Strauss & Co. Robert Walker, VP & CIO, Hewlett-Packard Company George Glaser, George Glaser, Inc.