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Reputed IT journalist and ComputerWorld Correspondent Robert L. Mitchell recently wrote a thought-provoking and well-argued piece on the future of “legacy” IT systems. Citing a number of direct references, Mitchell covered a number of issues including suitability for modernization, supporting skills demands, IT strategy as well as some more technical elements. The article raises some really important questions about tackling the so-called legacy burden in IT.