A group of former Novell employees has developed what it claims is the first year 2000 testing tool for the PC that can be administered from the network.
The group recently formed a company called Centennial after Novell closed down its European development centre in Hungerford where they worked. The company's product is Centennial 2000 which allows network managers to identify all PCs across the network and test them for compliancy. The PCs can be fixed using Centennial's tools or those from third parties.
Centennial is working on a version that will scan software applications.
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