It is fair to say that a highly effective network administrator is not made overnight. It takes a career college certification and some on the job experience to become a professional network administrator. There are many skills that make a highly effective network administrator. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics there are four main skills that are important qualities for a network administrator. They include analytical skills, communication skills, multitasking skills and problem-solving skills. We have added three additional skills that supplement those four main skills, they include critical thinking skills, computer skills and innovation skills.
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Topics: information technology
According to the FBI, billions of dollars are lost each year repairing network resources hit by computer attacks. If your organization's computers are on a network connection, intrusion is going to happen sooner or later. Having an Internet connection means your organization's computer network is at risk, as long as a computer is on. An intrusion is any access to data by an unauthorized individual. If someone does infiltrate your organization's computer network, they can steal or alter data, system configurations can be changed, or hackers could install software, which gives them access to your organization's computer network resources.