Cloud-Based Vs. On-Premise Servers
Getty As an IT company, we get asked all the time, “cloud-based or on-prem?” The truth is, there is no one size fits all approach. It depends entirely on what’s important to your business. Here, I’ll analyze the pros and cons of each to help you discern which option works best for you. But before we do that, let’s go over some basic server knowledge. What is a server? A server is a type of computer or device that allows for the transformation of data. Its purpose is to fulfill requests from the client. A server delivers the information that your computer (the client) requests. Say you (the…
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