Network administrators are responsible for constructing, overseeing, maintaining, and troubleshooting computer, data, and communications networks for companies. The demand for these professionals is high, and will only continue to increase: Network professionals are projected to grow by 20% by 2026, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
How do you become a network administrator, and what are some best practices for the position? TechRepublic shares the answers to these questions and more in a free PDF download.
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