About Ryan Boud

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Ryan Boud has been working in IT since 1998. Whilst studying at university Ryan took a summer job at a specialist legal and local authority supplier as an office junior. At the end of the summer job he was asked to stay on part time to help with the internal IT network and support their electronic forms application with was sold to Solicitors, Local Authorities and Accountants.

This led to Ryan to heading up the technical support desk  and managing the internal network whilst still at university.

In 2004 Ryan then moved to Keatons Estate Agents in East London. Starting as an IT Administrator to support the multi-site infrastructure and quickly moving into the IT Manager role.

After 7 years at Keatons Ryan moved to the Investment Management Association as the IT Manager. The IMA’s infrastructure was completely overhauled to run on a Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V failover cluster. All IT services were implemented with a “high-availability” first strategy. Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012 enabled the IT infrastructure to become an asset to the organisation rather than just “something we need”.

In 2013 Ryan moved to Inframon– The System Center Specialists to take up a role as an Implementation Consultant. Inframon is the top System Center consultancy in the UK. He predominantly designs and deploys Hyper-V and System Center Virtual Machine Manager installations for customers across a wide variety of businesses. Additionally he designs and deploys Configuration Manager, Orchestrator and Data Protection Manager.

 

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