Reply to post: Re: the bad old days of legacy lock-in

Despite vows to spend more with smaller firms, sure does seem to love legacy lock-in

Nolveys Silver badge

Re: the bad old days of legacy lock-in

Erm correct me if I am wrong but I thought these were the bad days of legacy lock-in.

They've managed to avoid lock-in in recent years by ensuring that each and every government IT project is a dismal failure that gets thrown in the bin.

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