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Legacy systems are sociotechnical computer-based systems that have been developed in the past, often using older or obsolete technology. These systems include not only hardware and software but also legacy processes and procedures - old ways of doing things that are difficult to change because they rely on legacy software.

Changes to one part of the system inevitably involve changes to other components. Legacy systems are often business-critical systems. They are maintained because it is too risky to replace them.

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