When to Say Goodbye to Your Legacy Software

What is legacy software?

The risks of running legacy software

Security

Lack of compatibility

Increasing operational costs

Lack of talent

When to say goodbye to your legacy software

It’s constantly mooching off you

It’s too hard to maintain

It doesn’t get along with your friends

It’s untrustworthy

It’s just a tool

Wrapping up

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