What would it take to inspire the Taiwan government to sponsor a country-wide technology upgrade program? Banks, financial institutions, post offices, ministries, and countless institutions integral to Taiwan's economy are still using Windows XP and other legacy systems--many of which don't even fully support the Chinese language. New technology startups are still programming on and for 1990s technology. Business processes as ubiquitous as e-banking are outdated, insecure, and overly complex. How will Taiwan compete on a global scale years from now when China, Korea, and other developing countries adopt modern platforms and newer technologies incompatible with Taiwan's electronic infrastructure?