IT System Administrator / Remote Technical Support
I am excited to offer 7 years of solid experience in Physical & Virtual Server & Networking Platforms, System Administration, Network Administration,Managing Telecommunications Networks and Technical Strategy.
Below are a few of my strong assets for your business:
- Microsoft(Active Directory, DNS,DHCP, RDS,SQL Server(DB Admin),SharePoint, - Hyper-V, Exchange(All Versions &O365)Azure)
- VMWare (ESXi, VCenter)
- Citrix (XenApp, XenCenter)
- Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS,Debian)
- Cloud(MS Azure,AMAZON AWS ,Google GCP,OVH and Digital Ocean)
- Storage(Synology,QNAP,FreeNAS,WD,Dell and HP)
- VOIP ( Avaya,3CX,Yeastar,XCally,GrandStream & FreePBX)
- Firewalls (Fortinet, Sonicwall, Sophos, ASA,WatchGuard&PFSense)
- Routers (Cisco, Ubiquiti)
- Servers (HP Proliant Servers) & (Dell/EMC Servers)
I am happily available anytime using secure remote support or walk you through the steps via Freelancer chat .I am looking to show each client my worth to build a long relationship.
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I have experience with databases, networks, upgrading hardware and software, designing networks, laying out the infrastructure for LANs, troubleshooting network outages and user troubles and the ability to communicate clearly. They will also be up-to-date on the latest security protocols for the LAN and wide area network (WAN) and be able to educate users on how to handle suspicious emails and requests for sensitive information.