Teething problems, or something worse?
The premise of "cloud" is that it'll be wonderful once we're all using it. It's the getting started that's lacking. This does seem to be a bit of an oversight on the pushy vendors' parts. It also spells doom for the idea of bailing out later on, ie getting all that data back out.
So you decided to "go cloud". Did you even think about the getting data in, much less the getting data back out issues? And I don't mean on just the technical level; there'll be an entrepeneur for that.
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