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Training specialists design training programs to help organizations train employees.
Network support specialists investigate, test, troubleshoot, and evaluate present network systems, such as local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and internet with a wide ranged network system.
Network/systems administrator interns are responsible for a variety of project and support work, such as troubleshooting complex technical issues, administration of various infrastructure-level systems, and automation and efficiency improvements.
A Network/systems intern works alongside the network/systems department to provide support services as well as monitor systems and network, data storage, and data protection.
A cyber-security intern works closely with IT and cyber-security teams to create operating system patches, create security tools, respond to cyber-security events, remediate cyber-security events, testing and documentation.
Cyber security analysts plan and carry out security measures to protect a company's computer networks and systems). They keep constant tabs on threats and monitor their organization's networks for any breaches in security.
An application developer is responsible for developing and modifying source code for software applications. These applications are aimed at aiding customers with computer tasks or programs.
Systems software developers develop and implement applications and programs for the backend processing systems used in businesses and organizations.
Database administrators are responsible for physical database design, security enforcement, and database performance.