Yes, Dynamics 365 is available both as a cloud-based solution and as an on-premises solution.
The cloud-based version of Dynamics 365 is hosted by Microsoft and is accessible over the internet. This option provides organizations with the benefits of a cloud-based solution, including lower upfront costs, lower maintenance costs, and the ability to quickly scale up or down as needed.
The on-premises version of Dynamics 365 allows organizations to install and run the solution on their own servers. This option is typically used by organizations with specific security, compliance, or regulatory requirements that cannot be met by the cloud-based version.
When deciding between the cloud-based and on-premises versions of Dynamics 365, it's important to consider the specific needs and requirements of your organization. Both options have their advantages and disadvantages, and it's important to work with a consultant like us or licensing expert to determine the best option for your needs. Choose one partner who helps with Dynamics 365 post implementation support.