How to Become a Computer Systems Administrator?
Network and computer systems administrator jobs often require a bachelor's degree – typically in computer or information science, although sometimes a degree in computer engineering or electrical engineering is acceptable. Coursework in computer programming, networking or systems design will be helpful.
Some businesses require that an administrator get a master's degree, while others are willing to accept an associate degree or professional certification along with related work experience. Completing certification programs and otherwise keeping up with new technologies is also important.
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"It's imperative to stay current with technology trends and changes by reading blogs, technology magazines and attending conferences," says Simran Sandhu, senior manager of network engineering services at Splunk, a software company based in San Francisco. "It's also important to study and learn the basics of network technology and acquire an acute understanding of how information flows. Be able to identify key services such as DNS, DHCP and firewalls, and define the roles they play in a network infrastructure."
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