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IT Professionals Day

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IT Professionals Day[edit][edit]

The third Tuesday of each September has been set aside as IT Professionals Day—or IT Pro Day—to recognize all the tech pros out there helping technology do its thing—system administrators, network engineers, database administrators, information security professionals, developers, MSPs, IT support techs, and a plethora of other IT-related professionals. It’s the day we say thanks to all the dedicated people out there working their magic behind the scenes—keeping our essential technologies performing and our lives running smoothly.

This holiday was established by SolarWinds in 2015[1][2], and is recognized by Chase's Calendar of Events and National Day Calendar[3]. Each year, survey data on IT professionals' perspectives on the challenges they face in their day-to-day is explored, with findings[4][5] shared as part of the event. More information is available at


  1. "Why you should be extra nice to your tech team next Tuesday". Business Insider. Retrieved 2018-09-13.
  2., BackupAssist Backup Software and Cortex I.T. Labs Pty Ltd, (2015-01-07). "What's going down in 2015 - the IT Pro's calendar". BackupAssist | Windows Backup and Disaster Recovery Software. Retrieved 2018-09-13.
  3. "NATIONAL IT PROFESSIONALS DAY - Third Tuesday in September - National Day Calendar". National Day Calendar. Retrieved 2018-09-13.
  4. "SolarWinds IT Professionals Day 2017 Survey Reveals Depth of IT Pro Responsibilities in the Enterprise". Retrieved 2018-09-13.
  5. "SolarWinds IT Professionals Day 2018 Envisions a World Powered by Tech Pros - Media Releases - Computerworld New Zealand". Computerworld New Zealand. Retrieved 2018-09-13.

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