Survey: Where Are You On Your Modernization Journey?

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Modernization Journey

At Morphis, we realize how important cybersecurity is in the increasingly digital, modern business landscape. Despite advances in cybersecurity technology, organizations across every industry are affected by the growing problem that cyber threats pose.

According to the Identity Theft Resource Center’s 2016 Data Breach Reports, 2016 has seen more than 850 data breaches affecting nearly 30 million records as of Nov. 8. Not only are data breaches becoming more frequent, but they are also becoming more expensive and progressively dangerous.

 Many of these harmful cyberattacks were successful due to the outdated legacy systems many enterprises still use. The frequency of these attacks illustrates how necessary it is for IT decision-makers to not only be aware of this issue, but understand how to address it in order to protect themselves and their customers from a harmful breach. It is crucial to modernize legacy systems to be able to protect customers as best as possible.

In order to help protect our clients and other enterprises that may be at risk, we have formulated a quick survey that will help you figure out where you are on the journey to modernization.

The purpose of this anonymous short survey is to discover what is or is not driving modernization at various organizations, whether the modernization efforts are on track and to determine the challenges surrounding running legacy systems and modernization. It will only take a few minutes and will provide us with valuable insight. We will share that insight via this blog over the coming weeks.

Morphis’ modernization platform and process enables the re-architecting of legacy systems to modern, multi-tiered environments based on Java or .NET, thereby,  transforming legacy software to the cloud and protecting sensitive data from nefarious cyberattackers. Contact us today to unleash the power of the cloud and modernize your enterprise’s legacy systems!

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