What does a Systems Administrator do? Lots of companies have them, but we rarely interact with them.
Aside from basic maintenance, a systems administrator (or 'sys admin' for short) must make sure everything is up to date. Installing new software and upgrading old software and hardware components is a daily struggle. Most sys admins will write automated scripts to manage updating old software. This saves time and effort of searching for every outdated piece of software and upgrading it manually.
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