The True Cost of Legacy Technology on your Business
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With the heavy investments put into their legacy systems and technology, organisations may not understand the true cost and effects that ageing systems are having on their business overall. With performance issues and lack of functionality two of the more noticeable signs of legacy technology, other underlying issues may not be noticed that can be detrimental to business performance.
This infographic aims to highlight key statistics around the true cost of legacy technology on organisations.
The full-size infographic can be accessed here.
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