If your company is planning a meeting for the year 2000, you need to address the so-called "Y2K problem." In brief: Most computers cannot properly process a post-1999 date field. The result is that without significant reprogramming, all but the newest computers will reject a date such as Feb. 1, 2000 altogether or erroneously interpret it to be Feb. 1, 1900.
There are plenty of nightmarish scenarios to consider. If the software used to track hotel reservations or meeting registrations