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Please let me know the Advantages and the Dis on the above hosting options . we have the idea on the normal application  like exchange in the above options . Coz I have limited in the Knowledge in the oracle operational and implementation   . I have few comment on the each case .

Onsite (on- Premises) - we have to look after the Infrasture with the separate new skill adding to IT department . I can see some level of cost saving altogether . but I did not have the right way to analyze the power/AC .
Manage service  : we don't want to worry about the Infrasture /backup and the AC  /power . other thing is access from the outside very easy due to external hosting and we don't want to invest extra for Firewall .

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actually you are right but both are having it's own advantages and disadvantages,

the first thing is when you have on premise the complete infrastructure maintenance, backup, Power, all other prerequisites you have to manage

as as same way Managed is the other team will manage if it's on cloud so no need to worry about your infrastructure and backup, power etc,

but when it comes to the connectivity if the setup is on single location application access through the lan  on on premise will be so fast,

at the same time if it's a single site on lan even all are connected to a lan the cloud connectivity will be depend up on internet or VPN which is slow compared to LAN.

most of the cases if you have multi sites with each site less users then the cloud is the best solution at the same time you have single site or few site connected each other and you have more users like more than 1000+ then cloud will be the expensive ...

etc.

all the best
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Claude is  out and comparing  on -premises vs manage service  .
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managed services are just replace to cloud...

services hosted by MSP and the remaining things same..

all the best.
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