I am very wary of the “doomsday” tone of Zepnep’s piece.
Noreen O'Connor

Seriously? So, you would have believed that Y2K was real only if the things that all that money was spent for had actually happened? Crisis prevention is when you spend money to make sure something doesn’t happen. And your attitude is one reason why things are the way they are today. Hey, something hasn’t blown up yet, so there’s no problem! Oh wait, that’s what someone said about the World Trade Center……..if the issue were the same with every legacy program, of course there would be a fix, and it would have already been applied. But there’s no business model in that. Who would invest in a company that causes problems not to occur anymore — no recurring revenue stream there. Just happy former clients.

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