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NTT Data’s Tim Conway: Legacy Modernization an IT Priority for CIOs

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Tim Conway

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 9, 2016 — Tim Conway,  NTT Data’s president for the public sector, has indicated that legacy modernization is one of the priorities for information technology that chief information officers consider to help make government operations efficient, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

Conway wrote in an opinion piece published Monday on Nextgov that business analytics, cloud-based and Web-based technology will help in the upgrade of the legacy systems.

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