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Modernizing legacy apps: Five signs it's time

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Can the old app learn the new apps' lingo?

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As technology has evolved, some systems may not be able to work harmoniously with older systems. This can be particularly evident in situations where plans for future changes weren't taken into consideration. "Enterprise initiatives moving forward, such as a general compliance policy, might be more difficult to retro apply to an old technology or language than those on a more strategic platform," said Alan Rodger, Ovum senior analyst. When old and new apps can't mesh together, it can become a real roadblock to integrating changes needed to push an enterprise forward.

 

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