When your organization is deciding on a document management system (DMS), determining whether to implement it on-premises or in the cloud may be a primary concern. The functionality of both types of systems is usually very similar. So, how do you analyze the pros and cons? This post describes the advantages and disadvantages of both types of deployments to help you make an educated decision about which one is the best fit for your company.
Document management systems and what they do
What’s the difference between on-premises and cloud?
With on-premises software, servers and networking technology are installed within the four walls of a company. The system is managed by the organization’s IT department. Physical assets like servers are purchased by the organization and software licenses are paid for upfront.
Benefits of an on-premises system
Disadvantages of on-premises solutions
Advantages of a cloud DMS
Disadvantages of cloud solutions
The best of both worlds?
Which one should you choose?
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