Knowledge of and ability to utilize tools and technologies for enabling access to existing business and office support applications from remote locations.
Describes basic concepts and considerations of remote computing.
Identifies key business benefits and risks of remote access.
Documents major functions and components of a remote access network.
Describes locally relevant initiatives and uses for remote computing.
Researches and explains the features of a remote access environment.
Works with workstations, gateways, control programs, access modems and faxes.
Follows proper policies and practices of remote computing.
Builds, deploys or supports remote access environments.
Describes the network architecture of a remote access network.
Teaches others about major remote access hardware, software and networking components.
Resolves issues and considerations for wireless connections for remote access.
Facilitates the development of a remote access architecture (networks, firewalls, access etc).
Addresses security issues, features, functions and administrative requirements.
Designs, develops and integrates remote computing solutions.
Provides insight into performance, security and optimization considerations, tools and techniques.
Conducts training on design and development of complex remote computing solutions.
Monitors vendor directions and marketplace experience for remote computing.
Consults to others on remote access opportunities, benefits, costs and risks.
Elaborates on relevant security considerations, issues and costs.
Evaluates Internet-based remote computing opportunities.
Directs the development of policies and best practices for remote computing.
- Tell me about any remote computing projects you have been involved in.
- What kinds of tools and techniques did you use in remote computing?
- What kinds of problems did you encounter in wireless connections of remote access? How did you solve these problems?
- Tell me the about the performance of remote access networks you have previously worked with.