Miami — Surveying the IT landscape in the wake of the financial services meltdown, victors are hard to come by. More prevalent are survivors, including the insurance industry’s ultimate survivors—legacy systems.

At the Innovation World 2008 conference in Miami, the consensus was that as IT budgets tightened, efforts at legacy extension would gain at the expense of costlier system replacements.

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