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'Is on-premise ERP obsolete?'

A battle sometimes rages between adherents of on-premise and on-demand enterprise applications. View a video presenting one-side of this debate.
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Written by Michael Krigsman, Contributor on

A battle sometimes rages between adherents of on-premise and on-demand enterprise applications. In my view, business requirements should dictate the choice of one platform or another, and peaceful co-existence will reign supreme for a long time to come.

In this short video, however, fellow ZDNet blogger, Brian Sommer, explains why he thinks on-premise ERP is going the way of the dodo.

What do you think about on-premise vs. on-demand for large enterprise applications?

[This is my first ever video - thanks to Robert Scoble for technical advice.]

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