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Tapping Into The Health Care Industry Through Apple Inc.

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Technology has improved operations and services provided to clients by many institutions including healthcare. It has improved access to health care services, reduced costs, and saved lives. In this regard, many companies dealing with technology, such as Apple Inc., are coming up with latest technologies, like iWatch and iOS8, which ensure that effective and efficient healthcare is provided to clients. The technologies need to be networked and maintained in order for remote communication to take place. There is therefore the need to have a degree in computer networking and pursue the following job paths:


Network Technician
Network technician defines the point of entry into the computer networking profession. Computer network technicians are responsible for maintaining various computer networking hardware and software including operating system, routers, switches, and bridges. They install both local area networks (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) technologies, troubleshoot networks for problems, and resolve any problems they find to ensure that the network is connected. They also configure the network to ensure that it operates up to the required standards, and implement network security and privacy policy. Since Apple Inc. develops technologies that enhance efficient and effective health care delivery, a network technician would ensure that the Apple Inc. technologies are properly implemented and maintained. To fill this position, organizations normally look for candidates with an undergraduate degree in networking with two yearsâ experience.


Network Administrator
A network administrator job involves developing network security and privacy policy that ensures that the integrity and security of a network, including systems connected to it, are maintained. In this regard, they configure and maintain network security devices to make sure that the software, operating system, and hardware of an organization are secure from security threats. They also oversee the day to day process of computer networks. Though the precise job duties of a network administrator may depend on the scope of an organization, the candidate might find himself performing duties such as training new network technicians and evaluating and supporting computer network devices. This ensures that the health care technologies developed by Apple Inc. are properly networked and secure from threats. To fill this position, organizations, including health care, normally look for candidates with
masterâs degree in computer networking with four yearsâ experience.


Conclusion
Computer networking involves a variety of duties that range from setting up computer networking devices to maintaining the network. A computer networking professional should therefore possess knowledge in wireless networks, protocol implementation, network security, types of computer networks, operating systems, fiber optics, and server management, among others. He or she should be able to troubleshoot and resolve computer networking problems remotely and in person. To be considered for a computer networking professional, organizations do not only look for educational attainment, but also level of experience.







Tapping Into The Health Care Industry Through Apple Inc. - Image 1

Technology has improved operations and services provided to clients by many institutions including healthcare. It has improved access to health care services, reduced costs, and saved lives. In this regard, many companies dealing with technology, such as Apple Inc., are coming up with latest technologies, like iWatch and iOS8, which ensure that effective and efficient healthcare is provided to clients. The technologies need to be networked and maintained in order for remote communication to take place. There is therefore the need to have a degree in computer networking and pursue the following job paths:

Network Technician
Network technician defines the point of entry into the computer networking profession. Computer network technicians are responsible for maintaining various computer networking hardware and software including operating system, routers, switches, and bridges. They install both local area networks (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) technologies, troubleshoot networks for problems, and resolve any problems they find to ensure that the network is connected. They also configure the network to ensure that it operates up to the required standards, and implement network security and privacy policy. Since Apple Inc. develops technologies that enhance efficient and effective health care delivery, a network technician would ensure that the Apple Inc. technologies are properly implemented and maintained. To fill this position, organizations normally look for candidates with an undergraduate degree in networking with two yearsâ experience.

Network Administrator
A network administrator job involves developing network security and privacy policy that ensures that the integrity and security of a network, including systems connected to it, are maintained. In this regard, they configure and maintain network security devices to make sure that the software, operating system, and hardware of an organization are secure from security threats. They also oversee the day to day process of computer networks. Though the precise job duties of a network administrator may depend on the scope of an organization, the candidate might find himself performing duties such as training new network technicians and evaluating and supporting computer network devices. This ensures that the health care technologies developed by Apple Inc. are properly networked and secure from threats. To fill this position, organizations, including health care, normally look for candidates with masterâs degree in computer networking with four yearsâ experience.

Conclusion
Computer networking involves a variety of duties that range from setting up computer networking devices to maintaining the network. A computer networking professional should therefore possess knowledge in wireless networks, protocol implementation, network security, types of computer networks, operating systems, fiber optics, and server management, among others. He or she should be able to troubleshoot and resolve computer networking problems remotely and in person. To be considered for a computer networking professional, organizations do not only look for educational attainment, but also level of experience.

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