Legacy environments struggle to move at the speed of today’s business

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IT cycles used to be three to five years. Now, it is six months to a year. At the same time, the IT ecosystem has expanded and the IT skills gap has grown. Companies know they need to modernize, but the question is how.

Tom Gallagher, VP, Cloud Infrastructure Services, has seen IT becoming more and more complex. The ecosystem now includes partners and hardware and software providers, and the decision to make a change has broad implications. Add in the drive to modernize IT and a shortage of IT skills, and companies are struggling to figure out how to deal with legacy systems and the requirement to become more agile.

Overcoming barriers to IT modernization

A specific piece of hardware or software is no longer the answer. Instead, it is about understanding the business and where a company wants to expand. Capgemini grew up in an applications environment supported by infrastructure. We know how to deliver the art of the possible.

Delivering the art of the possible

View more of our Cloud Infrastructure  expert perspectives in this Art of The possible series.


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