What is On Premises Software?

Definition of On Premises Software

On Premises Software is a type of delivery model software that is purchased by the customer and is deployed and operated on customer’s side hardware systems.

How does On Premises Software works?

On-Premises Software is operated in client side environment.

On-Premises Software is installed on a client’s hardware system and is totally under control of the client after buying a license from the vendors of On-Premises Software.

On-Premises Software is the much expensive solution then cloud computing or other related solution because it involves the cost of hardware and trained employees to operate On-Premises Software on that hardware but it is more secure then the competing solutions as all rights are reserved by the client.

How and where On Premises Software is used?

On-Premises Software is used by the organizations who want a properly secured environment with all rights reserved by the organizations for their critical data.

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