Cloud On-Premises

# Why Cloud on Premises?

  • Large No. of Users on Premise.

  • Own Cloud through Comhard Plus.

  • Protection from Ransomware with Comhard Securities.

# On Premises vs. Cloud

1. Deployment

On Premise:
Software is physically installed on every computer. Data is stored on a server located at the property. This means that data and hardware maintenance and security are the responsibility of the customers.

Cloud Based:

Cloud-based software is deployed over the Internet. System data is securely housed off-site in the vendor’s data center and is accessed by the CA and Articles online via a secure login. A reliable Internet connection is important.

2. Technical Requirements

On Premise:

  • A (preferably dedicated) data server, additional/back-up servers. A terminal server if the system is to be accessed from other locations. Workstations with a compatible operating system.
  •  Dedicated computers for any interfaces to external systems such as call accounting and POS systems, network cards and hubs, and back-up hard drives.

Cloud Based:

  • A computer or mobile device, a stable Internet connection and a Web browser, no in-house IT skills required.

3. Data Security


  • With an on-premise system, data security is the customer’s responsibility.
  • In addition to installing firewalls and anti-virus programs on Internet enabled computers, keeping data safe demands various other thing too.

Cloud Based:

Cloud software vendors have the expertise and budget to implement robust security measures, automatic data backup, redundant Internet connections, 24/7 monitoring electrical backup)making it more secure.

4. Upgrades


On-premise systems typically face lengthy development cycles compared to cloud-based systems and require expensive upgrades to remain current.

Cloud Based:

Upgrades are frequent and usually free with cloud-based systems and can be deployed instantly which means access to the latest version of software, including new features and innovations that keep them ahead of the competition.

5. Cost


  • On-premise systems are a traditionally expensive investment that can more for the software license (additional licenses normally need to be purchased for each additional workstation), plus annual maintenance fees, as well as significant hardware and IT costs.
  • An on-premise system is beyond the budget of many small and mid-sized independent Customers.

Cloud Based:

  • Cloud-based systems are available for minimal price comparatively. The pay-per-use model makes cloud an affordable as well as value for money service.
  • With cloud-based, there are negligible hardware expenses and software upgrades are usually free — eliminating maintenance costs and hassles.

6. Integration


Modern on-premise can be integrated with external systems such as call accounting software, point-of-sale (POS) systems and in-room entertainment systems but it is a complex process that requires manual technical work and additional hardware (for example, a dedicated computer ).


Cloud are much more easily integrated with external systems, including OTAs and channel managers, due to common Web standards and open APIs (application program interfaces), greatly reducing IT requirements while improving automation and efficiency.