As noted in a previous article on Government Technology Insider, there has been a tremendous amount of upheaval within the federal IT space. These large changes are largely due to several factors, including government guidance and regulations, the ongoing digital transformation of work, and several high-profile cyber events targeting federal institutions and supply chains. While facing these changes may seem daunting, there are solutions that can help, chief among them a Multi-Domain Architecture from experienced IT partners like CTG Federal and Cisco.
Designed to bring together many of the best solutions available across the channel, a Multi-Domain Architecture provides a holistic solution to meet whatever challenges an agency may face. Coupled with the knowledge and experience of IT professionals, a Multi-Domain Architecture offers a rare chance to utilize existing technology with new solutions to create an IT environment that is more than the sum of its parts.
Often, agencies will already possess many of the solutions they need to create an effective and robust Multi-Domain Architecture. However, given the size, complexity, and autonomy of sub-agencies, those solutions may be segmented and isolated from each other. This is where experienced IT partners like CTG Federal and Cisco can help the most.
Experienced IT partners can not only advise agencies on how to best optimize their IT networks, but they can also provide guidance when navigating the complexities of the modern zero trust environment. Given the fundamental changes to cybersecurity that zero trust requires, having a partner to turn to that understands federal IT Cybersecurity can remove a major concern for agencies.
As federal IT teams look to face the twin challenges of modernization and security, they do not need to go alone. Having a dialogue with experienced IT partners about how a Multi-Domain Architecture can meet the needs is the first step towards a more effective and secure future for all federal agencies.
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