IT Support Technicians provide computer and software technical support in person, over the phone, through email, or through live chat. Technical support can include helping staff with their computers to providing support for network systems. The problems an IT Support Technician may encounter can range from something as simple as a user forgetting their passwords to more serious matters, such as a virus on their computer.
IT Support Technicians perform a wide range of duties. Aside from providing troubleshooting for software and computer problems, they are often also responsible for the maintenance and installation of hardware components.
IT Support Technician responsibilities may include:
A computer problem you can’t figure out can be a frustrating thing. In order to provide the best support possible, a skilled IT Support Technician will:
In order to qualify for an entry level position, most employers will want candidates to have at least an Associate’s Degree in Information Technology or a related field. Many candidates will find themselves able to secure an IT job simply through on-the-job training or by graduating with a professional certificate program.START INTERVIEW NOW START INTERVIEW NOW
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