WHY NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR IS IMPORTANT
Network administrators are important because they ensure the stable operation of computer networks. This includes planning, developing, installing, configuring, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing all network software, and communication links.
A good network administrator will identify and solve technical issues, and create communication links to connect the network.
NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR PROFILE
Maintain computer networks and systems including software, mainframes, VPNs, routers and other physical hardware
Install and configure network equipment to update or fix software issues
Update virus protection software to keep data and communications protected
Monitor computer systems to improve network performance for computer systems and networks
Communicate networking issues to other employees and management, especially in training new users
Fix software and hardware configuration issues for users on-demand or from inspection of the systems
Knowledge of networking services and common networking protocols
Computer proficiency and understanding of various types of software
Ability to problem solve and think critically
Attention to detail
Project management skills