Network Administrators install and configure network hardware, software and peripherals as well as perform system upgrades. They manage everything from network servers to individual workstations and user accounts.
As a Network Administrator you will be setting up and training new users, troubleshooting faults, and managing systems passwords and security. You may also be recommending upgrade strategies to keep the network inline with operational needs.
There are 12 courses available for people who want to become a Network Administrator.