Network Management and Administration refers to the broad subject of managing computer networks . It refers to the activities, methods, procedures, and tools that pertain to the operation, administration, maintenance, and provisioning of networked systems. In network management, functions such as security, monitoring, control, allocation, deployment, coordination and planning are executed.
The success of an enterprise can be greatly enhanced by fast and seamless communications. Information needs to be available to all employees at any location and in real time. With secure multi-site connectivity between sites and branch offices, the integration of mobile users and connectivity for home offices, employees have access to the company network from any location
Security management :- Security management protects a network from unauthorized access. Information is a valuable asset in any organization, whether it's printed or written on paper, stored electronically or sent by mail or electronic means. To effectively manage the threats and risks to your organization's information you should establish an Information Security Management System (ISMS).
Fault management :- Fault management is the set of functions that detect, isolate, and correct malfunctions in a telecommunications network, compensate for environmental changes, and include maintaining and examining error logs, accepting and acting on error detection notifications, tracing and identifying faults.
Configuration management :- Configuration management relates to both the security and quality areas of network management. It refers to the management of security features in a network by controlling changes made to the software, hardware, firmware, documentation, and test features in a system.