Courageous Imagination

Disciplined Execution

Competencies and Services

Beyond a value-added reseller (VAR), C2 Fusion’s comprehensive service portfolio is closely aligned with the DoD Cyber Workforce Framework (DCWF) to predictably design, build, secure, operate, and defend cyberspace resources in concert with government personnel and industry partners.  Whether our team is redefining the art of the possible, inserting emerging technology, or sustaining existing systems, we serve with a "what if" mindset and a healthy discontent with the status quo.

IT Operations and Maintenance

Information Technology (IT) operations and maintenance refers to the ongoing activities and processes that are necessary to keep an organization's IT infrastructure running effectively and efficiently. This includes managing hardware, software, networks, and data to ensure that they are all functioning optimally and meeting the needs of the business/mission.

The goal of IT operations and maintenance is to ensure that the organization's IT infrastructure is reliable, secure, and available when needed. This is critical to the success of the business, as downtime or disruptions in service can have a significant impact on productivity, customer satisfaction, and the bottom line.

Here are some examples of operations and maintenance activities provided by C2 Fusion:

Information Technology Service Management (ITSM)

IT Service Management (ITSM) is a set of practices and processes designed to optimize, manage, and deliver IT services to organizations and their customers.

Key components of ITSM include:


Cybersecurity refers to the protection of computer systems, networks, and digital data from theft, damage, or unauthorized access. In today's world, cyber threats are becoming increasingly sophisticated and complex, with cyberattacks and data breaches becoming more common and more damaging to businesses and individuals alike.

C2 Fusion delivers a wide range of cybersecurity practices and technologies to protect systems, networks, and data from cyber threats, ensuring that operations and information are secure and protected from potential harm.

Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise architecture (EA) refers to the practice of designing and managing the overall structure and operation of an organization, including its business processes, information systems, data, and technology infrastructure. EA helps organizations align their business and technology strategies, optimize their operations, and support their overall business goals and objectives.

Common pillars of enterprise architecture include:

Data Center Optimization

Data center optimization refers to the process of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of an organization's data center operations. This involves optimizing the use of space, power, and cooling resources to ensure that the data center is operating as efficiently as possible.

By optimizing data center operations, organizations can reduce costs, improve reliability and uptime, and support their growth and expansion goals. However, data center optimization is an ongoing process that requires continuous evaluation and improvement to ensure that the data center is operating at peak efficiency.

Key elements of data center optimization include:

Cloud Transformation

Cloud transformation is the process of transitioning an organization's IT infrastructure, applications, and services to cloud-based solutions. This involves migrating data, applications, and other resources from on-premises hardware and software to cloud-based infrastructure and platforms.

Successful cloud transformation requires careful planning and collaboration across departments and stakeholders, and a strong understanding of the organization's goals and requirements. Leveraging best practices in cloud migration and management, organizations can successfully transition to cloud-based solutions and realize the benefits of increased agility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness.

Here are some examples of cloud transformation services provided by C2 Fusion based on deep expertise and best practices:

Continuity of Operations

Continuity of Operations (COOP) is a process used to ensure that essential functions continue during and after a disruption or emergency situation. This includes ensuring that critical infrastructure, systems, and services are available and operational, even in the face of a significant event like a natural disaster, cyber-attack, or other unexpected disruption.

COOP planning involves identifying the critical functions and resources necessary to support them, as well as identifying potential threats and risks that could impact those functions. This is essential for maintaining business/mission continuity and ensuring the organization remains operational during times of crisis. 

Some key components of COOP planning include:

IT Resiliency

Highly resilient IT systems are designed to ensure that an organization's critical IT services and operations continue to function even in the face of disruptions, failures, or attacks. These systems are designed to be highly available, scalable, and fault-tolerant, with redundant components and failover mechanisms to ensure continuous operation.

Resilient IT systems typically include the following key components:

By investing in resilient IT systems, organizations can ensure that they are able to respond quickly and effectively to disruptions or failures, minimizing their impact on business operations and ensuring that they continue to provide high-quality services to their customers and stakeholders.

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning (AI/ML)

AI/ML technologies are being widely adopted, with massive potential impact on mission efficiency and effectiveness.  Here are some examples of AI/ML use cases specific to DoD and Intelligence Community mission areas:

These are just a few examples of the many potential benefits that AI/ML can bring to the DoD and Intelligence Community. The specific benefits will depend on the use case and the specific technology implementation.