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Application Transformation: Accelerating the New Face of Government

In today’s rapidly changing technological environment, legacy IT systems are hindering government agencies’ ability to efficiently respond to citizen needs, regulatory standards and agency goals, and can cost millions to maintain. Archaic systems lack the built-in safeguards that can hinder a cyberattack, a perfect infiltration point for hackers and cyber thieves. There’s also a growing skill-set gap.

About this series: Welcome to Transformed IT, presented by DXC Technology. This knowledge center provides agency executives the latest insights needed to navigate the rapidly evolving IT landscape and ultimately to take their IT operations further faster.

Why are new government initiatives so hard to implement?

Can OMB Circular A-123 Drive the Intended Improvement? Lessons from History and Humanoids.

Thrive on Change

CSC and HPE Enterprise Services are now DXC Technology.

Navy Reduces Data Center Footprint

It's a converged infrastructure approach that's part of a refresh of the Enterprise Virtual Infrastructure

How to Evaluate Private Versus Public Cloud Solutions

Using the cloud properly demands understanding exactly what it is. These days, it's no longer about one approach; modern cloud technology is an architecture that is expressed in a variety of ways.

Funding Government IT Modernization

Determining what needs to be modernized is the most imperative and challenging aspect as agencies begin the modernization process.

Risks and Rewards: Shared Services for Government

Here's what you need to know about the shared services model.

Starting Your Modernization Journey

An inside look at HPE's case study of their U.S. Army client.

Empowering Navy Recruiters

Next-gen detachable laptops and technology enhance functionality for recruiters

Is IoT the Healthcare Industry's Wonder Drug?

Marc Wilkinson talks about how networked wearables could drive down healthcare costs and improve outcomes.

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