Many companies’ application landscapes have grown over time and were added to time and again. Complex interfaces, insufficient documentation, and obsolete development environments result in more and more effort. Changing requirements make an IT modernization necessary – does this apply to you, too?
Some time ago, I presented you the four ways of IT modernization in an infographic. Back then, I suggested that deciding which path to take requires careful consideration and can’t happen overnight. Quite often, however, IT administrators already have difficulty in deciding whether to modernize their IT or not.
Blog posts on the topic of IT modernization
- 4 Ways of IT Modernization
- IT Modernization – Yes or No? A Checklist
- IT Modernization between Necessity and Skepticism
- Four Levers – One Goal: Options for IT Modernization
In order to profit from new technologies, most companies can’t avoid modernizing their legacy systems. But there are some exceptions. The following checklist is intended to give you a starting point for finding out whether your software or maybe even your entire IT stack should be modernized: ten questions for more clarity.
How often do you say yes?
If you said yes to even one of these, this may indicate a need for action. If you answered yes to four or more questions, there is urgent need for action. You’re still skeptical? You’re not the only one – in my next post, I will discuss the classic reservations and worries caused by IT modernization.
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