Network Systems Administration

 focuses on the server and application infrastructure of a network.

Network Systems Administration

Network Systems Administration is the area of information technology which focuses on the server and application infrastructure of a network. This course prepares the student to support servers and applications in the modern network by preparing students for the newest coveted certification from Microsoft: the MCSA

Microsoft Server Certifications (MCSA/MCSE) have long been the gold standard for students seeking an entry level position in the field of server and application infrastructure support. Modern networks often have a mix of Microsoft and Linux servers on site and in the cloud. Microsoft now even offers a Linux certification for interoperations.

This course offers a chance to earn four or more separate certifications in a one year period. Students start with two fundamentals, Net+ & Security+. Next they move on to the Certified Wireless Network Administrator certification. Then finish up by concentrating on passing the three exams needed to earn a MCSA in Server 2012. This will prepare and allow a student to go on to other MCSA/MCSE specialties such as Windows 10, SQL Server, Office 365, Linux on Azure, or many others.

Alternatively, students can focus on earning Linux+ and Server+ certifications if they wish to pursue Linux concentration.

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