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system administrator

n.
One who manages and maintains computer systems and software, as for a business or institution.
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Noun1.system administrator - a person in charge of managing and maintaining a computer system of telecommunication system (as for a business or institution)
computer user - a person who uses computers for work or entertainment or communication or business
supervisor - one who supervises or has charge and direction of
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Once a systems administrator defines the software and configuration of a particular machine, Puppet Enterprise can automate that template across dozens or even thousands of other machines.
Sellars has been with the bank since 2012, serving in the position of systems administrator. Prior to joining Renasant, Sellars was a senior systems administrator with T-Systems North America working out of the Philips Day-Brite facility in Tupelo, Sellars attended Itawamba Community College, graduating with an AAS in computer programming.
It is easy for a library systems administrator to sometimes feel quite overwhelmed by the responsibilities of the job.
Spam is truly overwhelming today's workplaces, and systems administrators are in dire need of effective solutions.
On Sunday morning, while the systems administrator began reloading the server with the latest backup tape, Harris went one step further.
Most investigations begin when the investigator receives a call or complaint from a DOD Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT); a systems administrator or computer security personnel; or a witness or confidential or registered source.
At Jet-a-Way, a waste and recycling management firm in Roxbury, Massachusetts, Akil Hashim, network systems administrator, is setting up an intranet to help streamline the company's paper flow.
Before MaxStat, the only options a systems administrator had was to rely on cumbersome telnet session windows, write a custom program for internal administration, or invest hundreds of dollars for a full-fledged SNMP manager.
Have you ever been asked, "What do you do for a living?" When I say "Oh, I'm a computer scientist," the usual reply is something like, "Oh, really, my brother works at a bank." Of course, the inquirer most likely has no idea what a "Unix systems administrator" is.
One Ecora customer, Randy Samora, systems administrator with Landata Technologies, says Enterprise Auditor saves him time.
The Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) is designed for professionals who implement, manage and troubleshoot existing network and system environments based on Microsoft Windows 2000 platforms.
"Changing the unit name is nothing new for us," said Gloria Barnes, a Worldwide Port Systems administrator who began her work with MTMC at the old New Orleans terminal.

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