The office day already started, and everyone had already began their tasks for the day. The upper floors of the building held most of the employees, and on each floor the sounds of work could be heard. Phone calls were being taken care of, documents perused and filed away as necessary. Conversations about the work and even a few other things could be heard periodically. It wasn't a strict environment, but everyone got their work done and didn't goof off more than was appropriate. Andrew walked in with a large gourmet coffee in his hand an hour late and walked towards the large room that held the IT department. He was in charge of general computer maintenance. During the day he had various updates and scans to do on various systems. But Andrew didn't really care about what he was supposed to do. He could easily get one of his "underlings" to take care of the meager tasks for him. He was too important, he decided, to be kept busy with the small stuff. "Good morning," he greeted the other members of this department. The office had one other IT department, but both handled different things. The other department focused on information security. There was also more members in that department. In this department, there was only half a dozen employees. Andrew was only a year out of college but he was already all but in charge of this department. The man who was his immediate supervisor wasn't in the room and likely hasn't even bothered to wonder where he was. As far as the man was aware, Andrew was a saint. Ignoring the fact that no one returned his greeting, Andrew sat down at his desk and started up his computer. He felt like putting in a little effort today, since he was the best.