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information system

The entire infrastructure, organization, personnel, and components that collect, process, store, transmit, display, disseminate, and act on information. See also information; information warfare.
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Noun1.information system - system consisting of the network of all communication channels used within an organizationinformation system - system consisting of the network of all communication channels used within an organization
system - instrumentality that combines interrelated interacting artifacts designed to work as a coherent entity; "he bought a new stereo system"; "the system consists of a motor and a small computer"
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IT leaders must ensure the right architectural model and compliance is in place to avoid increasing technical debt. Unchecked, this leads to more IT meltdowns such as TSB's [pounds sterling]330m re-platforming crisis in 2018, with customers paying the expensive price for these mistakes.
However, technical debt, change management, and the lack of skilled talent present major roadblocks to scaled enterprise-wide DevOps adoption," says Yugal Joshi, Vice President, Everest Group.
By demonstrating to staff that the sustained period of change they went through ends with more space to think and use their initiative, and greater support and reward for work that removes technical debt, a business will be well placed to continue to reap the rewards of DevOps transformation.
Today's enterprises are increasingly turning to cloud-based, as-a-service offerings to move faster, be more responsive and add capabilities as needed, while ensuring they remain on the latest software release and reduce the drag of technical debt.
He explained that the use of Internet Explorer is increasing the technical debt for the companies.
Without considering the data first we will continue to incur this high-interest technical debt. Dependencies on data cost more than software dependencies but are constantly overlooked.
the cig wishes to determine the target infrastructure, the process of resorbing the technical debt and modernizing the architecture.
The intent of the agreement is to provide enterprise customers with transformative and sustainable benefits such as rationalization, technical debt elimination, automation, and modernization to reduce costs and increase velocity.
"Department heads, project and program managers, cybersecurity professionals, innovation managers, application owners - all are key to business-wide missions such as tackling technical debt, cybersecurity, compliance, and exploiting new digital opportunities.
This massive technical debt is a roadblock to business innovation, and it opens the door to disruption by more agile competitors."
At the same time, years of technical debt including that created by homegrown or traditional appliance-based DNS solutions hold back enterprise modernization initiatives by hindering automation, performance and scaling.
* Pressure to fix issues quickly rather than fix them right: 91% of organizations struggle with growing technical debt that has accumulated over time in a myriad of ways.

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