More than 75,000 of Diebold’s touchscreen voting systems are in use in nine states, including all of Maryland and Georgia. The company’s Windows-based Global Election Management System (GEMS), which runs atop a Microsoft Access database, has come under scrutiny from critics. Diebold is also the world’s largest maker of authomated teller machines.
Diebold isn’t alone. A number of finance and e-commerce sites continue to run NT4, including the Bank of New York and payment gateway PSIGate. But many other corporations have switched to other platforms in recent months, including Gateway Computers (Windows 2000) and Hershey Foods (Windows Server 2003).
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