Important skills for information technology
- Team Building
- Written Communication
- Oral Communication
- Active Listening
- Communicating Complex Information in Digestible Amounts
Knowledge about networking is something that will be required of most IT professionals, in companies both large and small. Knowledge networking is an extension of good communication skills, as it requires gathering groups of people in a working environment to share what they know, in order to build a system of knowledge within an organization that is more than the sum of its parts.
Knowledge networks require individual IT professionals to be open with their knowledge and to be open and curious about learning new things from their colleagues.
On the other side of “networks,” some IT jobs may include network architects, engineers, and systems administrators. Network administrators (or systems administrators) are responsible for the day-to-day operations of a larger system.
- IP Setup
- Wireless Modems/Routers
- Cloud Services
- Cyber Security
- Information Management
- Cloud Systems Administration