6/14/2017 | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Page Content When it comes to IT networks, network management is an integral part of keeping them running at an optimal level. But when it comes to knowing the ins and outs of the industry, Network Management courses could help you sharpen your knowledge and boost your skills.A Network Engineer or Network Manager oversees a company’s communication networks. Networks can incorporate computers and firewalls that facilitate company and software processes. These network support specialists often form part of their company’s IT department. However, for many small to medium businesses that cannot afford an in-house team, outsourcing their information management to specialised external providers is the next best option.The day-to-day tasks faced by such specialists vary according to the sector they’re working in and the size of the company they are working for. In bigger companies, a network engineer might only be responsible for a certain area of the system, while smaller companies may require a more comprehensive range of duties to be completed.Technology makes the world a new place - Shoshana ZuboffYour passion for information technologies could lead you the career of your dreams! Also, with specialised IT skill sets is such short supply, Network Management courses could make you even more employable. By studying the IIE’s Diploma in Information Technology in Network Management at Varsity College you could open the door to a host of career opportunities.It’s time you gave yourself a qualification you can count on. For more on this programme, visit our website today, www.varsitycollege.co.za.