As of March 11, Daylight Savings Time begins two weeks earlier than in the past and runs three weeks longer. The majority of computer-based devices, including computers, Personal Digital Assistants and cell phones, have been pre-programmed with the historic version of Daylight Savings Time and need updates.
Even though this change was decided more than a year ago, vendors only recently released patches to accommodate the change.
The most important aspect of this change is that changing Outlook calendars correctly requires individuals who set the meetings patch their clients.
For information on how to prepare for the changes visit: http://www.cpp.edu/~ehelp/tips/dst.html