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  1. Hi Paul,
    In response to your tweet asking if it is time for SaaS to take off, Service-now.com is one SaaS vendor that has and is taking off.

    About four years ago, Service-now.com entered the IT service management market with a SaaS enterprise service desk application to compete against HP Service Manager and BMC Remedy.

    Today, we have about 240 enterprise customers, $20+ million in recurring revenue, are cash-flow positive and will soon be profitable.

    The majority of our customers are former HP and BMC users. SaaS has made it possible for us to thrive in a difficult market dominated by the big four management vendors.

    We’d be happy to discuss further or put you in touch with a partner or customer in Australia.

    Best regards,
    Rhett Glauser
    Twitter: @rglauser

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  5. Would love to get weekly newsletters, especially re radio show content. I can’t always listen to Tony Delroy, so often miss hearing you – should get the podcast, shouldn’t I? That’s the only program that I get, apart from when you speak to Carol Duncan on 1233 Newcastle.

    Many thanks
    Karen

  6. Hello Paul
    So enjoyed your comments today re Facebook. Just wanted to ask about “Tags” – I have been tagged – it dropped into my email inbox. The person is known to me however I do not wish to be a Facebook Friend. How does this happen ? How do I stop this intrusion of my privacy ? The photo tagged was not one I took or loaded on my Facebook site. Thank you for your comments.

  7. Hi Paul thank you for the info on how to remove tags – Just another question on same subject of this person who has tagged me – how many people can see this picture ? where is it saved to ? Does the picture go to this person’s site? Is it visible on my Facebook site by my friends? It dropped into my email inbox with a not so pleasant caption. If I block this persons email address will that be the end of the picture being visible? Thank you so much for your time, Leesha

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