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Do we want to go beyond the “it depends” response? Granted, it all depends on your specific requirements, but some suggestions may be helpful.  


  1. If you want to do the following, an on-premise LMS might be the best option for you:  


Take charge: you have complete control over your system and data, and no one else is at the cost of your LMS.  

An extra layer of security: while clouds are secure, businesses dealing with sensitive data that must never leak should keep it all within their walls.  

Self-maintenance: maintenance will be easier and faster if you can afford a ready-to-work IT team.  

Internet independence: unreliable internet connections will no longer be an issue.  


2.A cloud-based LMS might be the best option if you want to do the following:  


Faster deployment: not all businesses can wait for their system to be ready, and a private cloud solution will be available sooner than a locally installed system.  

More learning flexibility: online means that any laptop computer with internet access can connect to it. For accessibility, learning on tablets and smartphones can be added.  

An LMS that is future-ready: the majority of LMSs are now cloud-based. Scaling is also a breeze with a cloud-based LMS.  

Less expenses and worries: delegating operations to other professionals reduce IT resource spending. Your current IT staff will have fewer concerns.  

If you want to know more about on-premises and cloud LMS and the features and benefits, you can refer to Cloud and Self-hosted LMS for Unlimited Users, which clarifies you well. 

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