Blog entry by emma emily
In smaller organizations, network administrators take care of maintaining PCs/laptops, routers, switches, printers, tablets, and smartphones, among others. They monitor the network, update hardware and software, test network for glitches, assess network management software and install and deploy security procedures.
Network administrators need to have sound technical knowledge. They should have ability to work well in a team and must possess good problem-solving skills.
Network administrators must be flexible and be abreast of the latest networking and software programs.