Emerging technologies promise optimized business processes and better customer experiences. As a result, businesses are under pressure to be better, faster, cheaper, or safer than the competition. But the companies encumbered with legacy systems can find it impossible to stay relevant with more nimble opposition. Outdated infrastructure restricts the development speed, the quality of the final product and, crucially, the ability to make changes as you go.
Legacy systems utilize obsolete programming languages and frameworks but are still operating and being used by enterprises.
In the US, the legacy systems are widespread among government organizations. Having been developed in the early 80s and 90s, these systems can still perform complex tasks and handle loads of data. However, frequent crashes, security vulnerabilities, poor user experience, and other technical issues become a reason for updates and tweaks in these systems.
Some American legacy systems are still running on programming languages like COBOL which results in numerous issues with software maintenance and finding specialists to handle the unexpected crashes and security breaches.
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