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IT Administration Services

Many organizations staff jobs or tasks related to systems administration. In a larger company, these may all be separate positions within a computer support or Information Services (IS) department. In a smaller group they may be shared by a few system administrators, or even a single person. At TurkReno, we offer a partnership in providing administrative services to our clients in both an hourly and retainer format.

Types of Administrative Roles

  • A TurkReno database administrator maintains a database system, and is responsible for the integrity of the data and the efficiency and performance of the system.
  • A TurkReno network administrator maintains network infrastructure such as switches and routers, and diagnoses problems with these or with the behavior of network-attached computers.
  • A TurkReno security administrator is a specialist in computer and network security, including the administration of security devices such as firewalls, as well as consulting on general security measures.
  • A TurkReno systems analyst documents, troubleshoots, and develops existing and new computer and work processes and systems.

Core Administration Responsibilities

The duties of a system administrator from TurkReno are wide-ranging, and vary from one organization to another. TurkReno System administrators are usually charged with installing, supporting, and maintaining servers or other computer systems, and planning for and responding to service outages and other problems. Other duties may include scripting or light programming, project management for systems-related projects, supervising or training computer operators, and being the equivalent of a handyman for computer problems beyond the knowledge of TurkReno Operational Support staff.

It is common for TurkReno systems administrators and TurkReno systems analysts charged with developing and maintaining computer processes to identify operational and developmental systems. This is done to provide maximum reliability and availability on mission-critical systems used within the organization’s processes by generic users to accomplish routine work while providing developmental resources to computer process development or research teams augmenting existing or developing new processes for the organization.