Today, system administrators all over are being recognized for their dedication in keeping the networks of their organizations running smoothly.
This year is the 14th annual SysAdmin Day, founded by system admin Ted Kekatos, first celebrated on July 28. 2000. Each year, it’s observed on the last Friday in July.
“Your network is secure, your computer is up and running, and your printer is jam-free. Why? Because you’ve got an awesome SysAdmin (or maybe whole IT department) keeping your business up and running,” according to the SysAdmin Administrator Appreciation web site, which is sponsored by several IT companies. At Metafile, we want to take a moment to thank all of our systems administrators for keeping our technology running smoothly.
The big question is, how does one celebrate their SysAdmin? According to the website, cake and ice cream, pizza, cards, gifts, words of gratitude, custom T-shirts, balloons and streamers will all work just fine.
How will you be celebrating your SysAdmin today? Let us know in the comments section or tweet us @MetaViewer.