"If it ain't broke, don't fix it."
Unfortunately, in the world of Information Technology, and especially in an environment as complex as our own, systems are often unhappily coexisting; being actively targeted by malicious users; or simply held together with figurative and occasionally, literal, duct tape. These are the people who work in the background -- maintaining, upgrading, and, occasionally, kicking our infrastructure. Their labors seek to keep them hidden in the shadows, for if everything is working well, you won't notice. And when something fails, they'll be working to fix it.
Should you see them walking down the hallway, muttering to themselves... don't worry, we're systems administrators -- that's to be expected.
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