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KatieKeating 150x150by Katie Keating, IBM Cloud Social Business Manager

Here at IBM, we have a pretty large population of thinkers—more than 426,000 thinkers around the globe, in fact. That’s a lot of thoughts flying around.

In order to harness some of those thoughts, we’ve implemented a number of social elements in the way we do business. Today I want to share one of our latest social endeavors—a collaboration of some of our brightest thinkers in cloud computing: ThoughtsonCloud.com.

This newly launched blog hosts conversations from some of our Distinguished Engineers, IT architects, developers, and more. It’s industry-focused and designed for dialogue. There’s even a question of the week every Wednesday that you can answer.

The goal is to have a conversation and to pin down some of those aforementioned thoughts —particularly the ones related to cloud. But we don’t want to just talk to ourselves. We want to discuss, debate, and dialogue with you. So please, visit Thoughts on Cloud, join the conversation, and share it with your colleagues or friends who might be interested.

Look forward to your thoughts.

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