Ask most IT leaders what hinders them from transforming their IT estate, and they cite the complexity of their legacy systems. If you were to start your IT from scratch, there’s little doubt the infrastructure would be simpler, more flexible, and smaller – as would the IT department. IT needs to shrink and become less complex – and the technologies exist to do so. But how to migrate from legacy to simplicity? In this CW500 Club video, Sarah Flannigan, CIO at The National Trust, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about her experience of reducing complexity in IT.