Network Admin

A network administrator is responsible for keeping an organization’s computer network up-to-date and operating as intended. Any company or organization that uses multiple computers or software platforms needs a network admin to coordinate and connect the different systems. Seems simple enough—but there’s another common IT job title that may trip you up: systems administrator.

A network administrator is the person designated in an organization whose responsibility includes maintaining computer infrastructures with emphasis on networking. Responsibilities may vary between organizations, but on-site servers, software-network interactions as well as network integrity/resilience are the key areas of focus.

The role of the network administrator can vary significantly depending on an organization's size, location, and socio-economic considerations. Some organizations work on a user-to-technical support ratio, whilst others implement many other strategies.

  • Network monitoring.
  • Testing the network for weakness.
  • Keeping an eye out for needed updates.
  • Installing and implementing security programs.
  • In many cases, E-mail and Internet filters.
  • evaluating implementing network.
  • Configuring network hardware like servers, routers and switches
  • Upgrading and repairing computer networks.
  • Troubleshooting network issues.
  • Assisting network architects with the design of network models
  • Deploying and updating software.
  • Managing servers and their operating systems.
  • Implementing security measures and basic testing.
  • Managing cloud and physical network storage.




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