Yes, the funny thing is that even with new technologies (windows being a new technology) there are still old computers with all the data, and sometimes the transfer to new technologies would cost too much, so they just go for the cheaper option and LISTEN TO THIS:
They use a program like MS Visual Age (used to develop console like applications for Windows) to develop CLUEs that run on brand new P4 machines, but still look the same as the old terminal versions of the program they use. Such a waste of processing power. They should run SETI or FOLDING@home
Anyway. Even teaching old people to work with the new interface would be painful, so this way, they kill two flies with one cannon ball. Cheaper and easier for old employees to pick up.