In recent blogs about the legacy technical dilemma and strategic decisions in managing legacy IT, I advised that companies need to reconcile themselves to the fact that they will continue to have significant legacy estates that will take a long time to move to the cloud and, therefore, will have legacy technical debt for the foreseeable future. It is not unusual for companies to have layers of efficiency-focused legacy technology 30 or more years old. That debt will continue to accumulate because companies need to invest in updating those systems to avoid significant business risks. The question is what to do about this technical debt.
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