|Re: Troubles With Computers' Daylight Shift|
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Wed, 14 Mar 2007 10:49:51 -0400
> On Mar 13, 2:09 am, Brian Bergstein, AP Technology <a...@telecom-
>> People with Windows 2000 machines or older ones need to make their
> Actually, you make the change in time yourself, like people have been
If only it were that simple.
What do you propose one do about re-occurring outlook appointments?
>> In a few instances, a company's network was an hour late in
> That something like that is automated is frightening to me. Call
> Stuff always happens that changes work hours. There may be a
> One very frustrating thing is reaching a call center with the wrong
>> Those and other problems may have been caused by companies' failure to
> Sorry, the problem is not failing to administer "patches", but failing
Easily enough said. Have you actually SEEN what the instructions for
Many, many organizations have spent the last week TRYING to get the
> A computer can add 1+1 for you, but it cannot tell what to add.
[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: For example, I did not know that
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