Industry Professionals Audience
Computer Networking Industry
Participants who work in a role at a company that provides computer networking services. Participants in this industry will likely be skilled in technical IT software and hardware and have experience in computer engineering.
Participants in the computer networking industry work in various fields related to the software, infrastructure, and behaviors of digital networks at all points of scale: from home entertainment and office networks to global cloud network systems.
Interesting Participant Qualities
36% of participants in the computer networking industry rate their coding skills as above average.
Computer Networking Panelist Quotes
We surveyed our audience of computer networking industry participants to understand what skills they need in their job and how valuable they think those skills are.
“These skills are key in the profession since they familiarize someone with a lot of things.”
“It’s not necessary in our every day jobs, but it’s a reliable skill to have.”
“because you to be able to understand basic languages like python and java scripts.”
“no matter what role i am in,coding skills will provide me with a high level of tech literacy which will allow open up new opportunities in my career or organization”
Common Computer Networking Industry Roles
This audience is made up of participants who hold job titles and roles in the computer networking industry. Each of these professionals can be targeted individually, or roles can be combined to create larger audiences.
- Computer technician – often known as computer support professionals, install, maintain, and repair computer hardware and software for their clients. They also examine and study user issues before implementing remedies.
- Network technician – a network technician’s basic responsibilities include installing, maintaining, debugging, and repairing computer and network systems. They are in charge of setting up internet connections, establishing various types of networks, and linking them.
- Network administrator – a person who can maintain a dependable, secure, and efficient data communications network. Network administrators are in charge of setting up, configuring, and maintaining computer networks. They usually lead a team at firms with a wide network structure.
- Network analyst – responsible for setting up, maintaining, and troubleshooting a company’s computer network systems. Typical responsibilities of a network analyst include planning, creating, and assessing network systems and related communications. Also provides technical assistance for the entire system, including both hardware and software components.
- VoIP engineer – A VoIP (voice over internet protocol) engineer creates, tests, installs, and manages both small business VoIP systems and big regional networks. VoIP engineers install cutting-edge technology using their knowledge of computer science, digital audio hardware, and VoIP software.
- Cable technician – manages cable systems and equipment, upgrades networks and troubleshoots cable problems. A cable technician must have a thorough understanding of electrical systems and cable technology, as well as the ability to follow established processes and policies.
- Network solutions architect – one of the highest-paying jobs in the networking industry. Their responsibilities include creating a network design that is both efficient and cost-effective for the company. In addition, they must manage and analyze existing networks. They must also communicate with and manage technology providers, as well as deliver business cases, strategies, and solutions to senior executives and business managers.
- Network programmer – develops the network and server related functions and writes code or script for the network analysis such as diagnostics or monitoring utilities. They also deal with the configuration and assessment of the APIs and the integration of new technologies into the existing network structure.