Is On-Premise BPM Still Relevant?
By Manish Nepal
Cloud-based BPM platforms are taking the application development market by
storm. But does that mean on-premise software is becoming obsolete?
Like the daily newspaper that many thought would be dead by now, on-premise
business process management tools are probably here to stay for the
foreseeable future because a lot of enterprise IT directors are not convinced
that their enterprise data is ready to transition to the cloud. Many
enterprises prefer on-premise BPM software because it is tangible, visible,
and exists within the enterprise boundaries. IT leadership feels that they
have to have datacenters within their ‘jurisdiction' in order to keep their
corporate data safe.
On-premise vs. Cloud-based Offerings
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right? Right? Come on, people.
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