As IT equipment can sometimes malfunction, server administrators need to have the ability to troubleshoot hardware and software issues on servers and other related devices. Server Administrators often work with other staff members in an organization to evaluate their technology needs, administer the network environment, set up workstations, create a database of the organization’s IT policies and document them and help train staff on the use of new technologies.
Server administrators need to have adequate knowledge of many types of server-based business applications. This includes tools made by some top names in the industry, such as VMWare and Oracle. As IT professionals, they also have to stay on top of the latest developments in technology so that they can understand how to work with new hardware and software.
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