NATIONAL IT PROFESSIONALS DAY – Third Tuesday in September

National IT Professionals Day - Third Tuesday in September

National IT Professionals Day – Third Tuesday in September


Celebrated annually every third Tuesday in September, National IT Professionals Day is set aside to honor the venerable geeks of the world we all rely on to keep us connected.  The IT (information technology) professional is the unsung hero of modern business, but often under appreciated by it.  Whether it be desktops, laptops, mobile devices, applications, servers, networks, databases or cyber security, IT professionals keep business humming.  However, there is often a lack of understanding by business leaders and end users of the important role they play and the difficulties and complexities associated with modern IT.


If you’re an end-user, simply say thank you to the IT professionals that make your life easier. Also, share #ITProfessionalsDay on Social Media to increase awareness of just how important our IT professionals are.

If you’re a business leader, in addition to saying thank you, also recognize and seek out the unique insight your IT professionals can provide in today’s always-on, always-connected world to help you make smart strategic business decisions that will lead to greater competitive advantage.


National IT Professionals Day was submitted by Solarwindsa provider of powerful and affordable IT management software, in March 2015 and proclaimed an official National day by the registrar of National Day Calendar.

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2 Responses to “NATIONAL IT PROFESSIONALS DAY – Third Tuesday in September”

  1. Tony Helton April 21, 2015 at 7:49 am #

    Is it the 3rd Tues or 3rd Thursday?

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