Network engineers provide expertise in an important aspect of any business that uses a network of computers to communicate. Their skills are very similar to that of an information technology specialist. The position of network engineer is vital to the success and everyday activity for businesses where employees use computers on a technological network to communicate with one another.
Providing tier 4 support and network disaster recovery expertise.
Test and document system behaviour, performance, and security.
Plan, design, and troubleshoot local and wide area network infrastructure, including routers, firewalls, switches, gateways, DNS servers, DHCP servers, clustering solutions, and related hardware, software, and services.
The requirement for being a network engineer is a bachelor’s degree in computer science or information technology.