In today's financial climate, the need for interim and contract staff is becoming a more cost effective solution especially when companies do not want to commit to taking on permanent staff.
Martin Rumsam Limited can provide IT Project Management and Service Delivery solutions to all business areas including those that require security cleared staff up to SC level.
The replacement of the entire network infrastructure for the House of Commons / House of Lords on the Parliamentary Estate in Westminster
Upgrade of Microsoft® Exchange and back end servers at the Houses of Parliament
Implementation of a data warehousing solution including data transfer and transformation activities for Thales Defence
Implementation and integration of numerous bespoke software packages and applications for Thales Defence
Consolidation and relocation of file servers and desktop PCs from multiple locations to a new green field site as a result of business reorganisation
Creation and implementation of ITIL aligned service management security processes and procedures for the ATLAS Consortium as part of the DII programme
Implementation of operational instructions and procedures for a network and security operations centre supporting DII
Management of all implementation activities for the roll out of new infrastructure and desktops for the MoD
Working with IBM to manage a Technology refresh project at the Rural Payments Agency implementing a new Windows 2008 and Hyper-V infrastructure and upgrading the exchange environment to Exchange 2007
Martin is an experienced, self-motivated IT Project Manager with current SC security clearance who is equally at home working as part of a team as or on his own initiative.
He has over 20 years experience of project managing all aspects of the installation and management of large and complex IT infrastructures.
As a Prince 2 practitioner and ITIL certified professional he has excellent client liaison skills and has the ability to communicate with people at all levels.
He is a professional member of the British Computer Society.