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Paul Deur

Paul Deur is a lifelong entrepreneur and co-founder of ReadyWorks with over 20 years of experience in IT services, sales, delivery, enablement, and operations focused on large enterprise. Paul has a successful track record with global organizations such as Pfizer, Microsoft, Symantec, Unisys, American Express, Regeneron, and SMBC, amongst others. An engineer by training and customer service professional at heart, his unique perspective allows him to build practical IT solutions that work in the real world.

Blog Posts by Paul Deur

September 29 2021

IT Project Backlog Out of Control? Get More Done with Less Effort.

As businesses strive to adapt more rapidly to change and gain a competitive edge, an ...
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September 21 2021

How to Integrate Windows Servicing With IT Asset Management

If you manage your enterprise Windows updates, the news that Microsoft is moving away ...
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August 26 2021

Why You Need More than Intune for Windows Servicing

While for some, remote working only began in 2020, for many others it’s been the way they ...
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August 26 2021

What happens if I’m not in compliance with Windows updates?

Microsoft ended support for Windows 7 in January 2020, but even a year later, it was ...
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August 26 2021

Active Directory Migration: Why You Need More Than ADMT

If your enterprise has been through a recent merger or acquisition, you could find that ...
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June 30 2021

What to expect with Windows 11

Microsoft has announced the launch of the next generation of Windows. Following much ...
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June 9 2021

Microsoft hints at Windows 11. Are you Ready?

At last month’s ‘Build 2021’, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella revealed the ‘next generation ...
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April 13 2021

How IT Service Providers Can Leverage Asset-Based Consultancy

If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that we need to react quickly to change. ...
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March 3 2021

Building a Revenue Stream Around Windows 10 Servicing Automation

“In 2021, spending on IT services is expected to grow by 4% to over one trillion U.S. ...
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