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Please join me as I seek the key business and technological insights that drive cloud computing adoption, or even its resistance. With that single word, an ongoing discussion makes its leap from the pages of a humble Blogger. My name is James Urquhart, and I am the author of The Wisdom of Clouds now "The Wisdom of the Clouds" , an in depth look at cloud computing and its consequences for the enterprise and the individual. With a small but loyal following that I hope actually makes the transition with me here , I'm proud of the influence that this blog has had on the cloud computing conversation. For those that know me, rest assured that I will continue to look for the key insights into the technological, business and philosophical ideas that will drive cloud computing adoption, or even its resistance. I continue to be overwhelmed with both the challenges and opportunities surrounding cloud computing adoption. There is much to write about. For those that don't know me, I hope to convince you that cloud computing is a revolutionary technology solution to some difficult business problems, and that while there is much to be excited about, a little skepticism is often in order here.