It’s a loss days of 1999 and, like everybody else, a general association where this IT commander fish works is staring down a tub of Y2k.
“Most of a servers around a universe were Unix-based, though mail and groupware were on Windows servers, so Y2k was an critical emanate during HQ and therefore for all internal dialect heads like me,” says fish.
“We had updates, tests, drills and strait plans, including re-creating a finish infrastructure from scratch. All went really well, and we and my colleagues around a creation were assured we could continue what a bigwigs during HQ saw as a appearing catastrophe.”
Four weeks before New Year’s Eve, everybody gets orders to classify 24-hour shifts, with a bigger internal groups also holding shortcoming for groups in smaller countries.
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