Oi... 6 years ago at most, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the rough equivalent of America's SEC), was using dial-up to submit filings. A lot of Canadian public companies are resources companies, and thus required to file technical reports (usually 10-20 MB PDF docs) over a 56K modem connection. Yeah. You do the math.
They eventually replaced it with an internet-based VPN (thank God) but the filing application itself is still largely a NT4.0-based program, with lots of Win95-esque interface elements. A year and a half after Win7 was released, they announced a Win7-compatible version... that could only run on the 32-bit OS. What's more, the program requires admin privs to run... for no particularly good reason.
A new group has finally taken over the project with the goal of eventually overhauling everything. Canadian sysadmins breathe a sigh of relief at the prospect of leaving the 1990s.