Network on demand Mar 30th, 2021   [viewed 36 times]

A network engineer is a key role in any business (and in particular IT and telecom businesses due to the nature of the role). They have the difficult task of setting up, establishing and maintaining a range of computer networks within the business. On hand if any issues arise, they are one of the core elements of what makes a business tick.

Without a qualified and experienced network engineer, your business would not have the chance of expanding globally, your infrastructure and networks are at risk of cyber-attacks and good telecommunication between you and your employees/other businesses is not possible.

Once a network engineer has developed their skills and their portfolios, they can specialize in a particular area of networking. From a Cloud Networking Architect to a Network Security Specialist and a Networking Research and Development Specialist (to name a few), there are many future career paths for them to follow. These specialist roles are also important for a business that wants to expand more globally and have state-of-the-art telecommunication.

With the development of software and technology, the ability to monitor the networks in real time means that if any issues do arise, these can be fixed quickly and efficiently. With remote access, each moment can be monitored and past issues can be prevented from reoccurring.

Remote network access allows your network engineer to monitor the devices on the move. As they do not have to be in the office, they can see the status’ of the devices without the risk of losing access or causing a power outage in the workplace.