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System enhancements improve non-violent prisoner rehabilitation

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is working to divert low-risk offenders from prison toward community-based alternatives.

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.

Augmented and virtual realities are the future of medicine

VR and AR technology is not just for entertainment. The potential practical applications for healthcare professionals could transform the industry.

Inside Digital Health Platforms

By taking an approach based on a new reference architecture for a digital health platform, even the most complex and heterogeneous of health IT ecosystems can overcome challenges.

6 Technology trends for 2018: Innovation focused on your digital journey

Organizations can look to these trends as guideposts for innovation and progress along their own digital transformation.

Fighting the opioid crisis with data, analytics and waivers — a coordinated approach

To successfully address the opioid epidemic, organizations need to leverage data.

Defining a data strategy: An essential component of your digital transformation journey

In order to maximize effectiveness and get the most value out of their data, modern offices should treat it as an asset.

New smartphone app lets U.S. Army recruiters go mobile

A new cross-platform app is helping U.S. Army recruiters access candidate records and track communications on-the-go via their smartphones.

How San Diego used Azure migration to help keep citizens informed while reducing IT costs

San Diego County’s Department of Health uses cloud technology to track water quality conditions for all of the county’s beaches.

Navigating the change to evergreen mobility and cloud-based solutions

Organizations can take better advantage of evergreen tools with a holistic approach.

Improving healthcare with industrial machine learning

Increasingly, healthcare organizations are using digital platforms to bring data from different sources together and automate data-driven experiments on an enterprise-wide scale.