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New Server :: SoftLayer :: Melbourne

Under the SoftLayer Catalyst program we have access to some nifty hardware, this is obviously for ChannelPace. But my sites are hosted on the ChannelPace hardware, so for the first time we are now hosted in Australia at the Melbourne SoftLayer data centre. You should notice it is quicker...

ChannelPace mentioned on SoftLayer Blog

As you probably know I have been helping Greg Furlong (the creator of Razorback Railway) with his latest project called ChannelPace … SoftLayer a company owned by IBM that provides large scale web servers has just posted in their blog about it .. Click here to read.    

iDraw & The Lego Movie

Well just for fun I bought the DVD of The Lego Movie  it was very funny, with so many puns in it I am not sure how they fit them all in though at times there were three active at a time which I think is pretty much a...

GitHub Analysis

Just a fun summary of me using GitHub … note it doesn’t include what I do for ChannelPace though.  

The new LTUAE

Well today I renamed deleted my Kiva group to Jenolan and made the images all relate to Helen and myself. That’s about the last bit of RBR that was still ‘alive’. The name registration and trademarks are also due to expire so soon RBR will totally cease to exist....

Contact Sheets. Boring, but Effective

Greg recently posted an article to his Perspectives newsletter about Contact Sheets these are hugely boring and tedious bits of fluff to setup within an organisation, or for making available to clients. But I can tell you something, when I was dealing with software vendors in the Bank I would...

Albury

Greg and myself are in Albury today, talking about his channelpace system, this time I drive down from home and Greg caught the local VicRail .. apart from me probably getting a speeding ticket from one of those cars that park on the side of the road, you know...

Funded by angel investors

It’s not something one would likely reveal at a dinenr party, but Australian channel veteran Greg Furlong admits that he has a personal itch to help companies better manage contacts and increase connections. Launched recently as Channelpace.com, the cloud-based service stems from Furlong’s lack of faith in traditional CRM...

Patent 2013900541

Patent 2013900541

Back when Greg & I initially discussed what Channelpace would be and how it would work he mentioned that the business email had to be the ‘identifier’ for logging into the system, what was also needed was to verify that the person actually still worked for the company entity...