What are the differences (if any?), limitations, restriction of the cloud based ABBY OCR SDK/API vs the on premise edition, where you need to install the Assembly/Automation locally on the PC that need to perform a scan.

What about performances ? I would have guessed that loading a local library would be more efficient than invoking a service on the cloud (since it involve loading a document on the internet and getting a result)

asked 04 Oct '12, 13:18

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Cloud OCR SDK only does OCR, you'll have to scan and upload images by software that runs on premises.

OCR is rather CPU-intensive, so time needed to upload the image and download the result is only a fraction of time needed to do OCR. Yes, it will add an extra delay, but most of the time it won't be that significant.

When using cloud based services the number one problem you will face is legal one. If you process documents with private, government or otherwise sensitive data you might be bound by local and international laws that would prohibit you from uploading the data into cloud because essentially you have no direct control over the cloud.

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answered 04 Oct '12, 14:29

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As to API, they are very different between Cloud OCR SDK and tradition SDK (which is ABBYY FineReader Engine). On-premise edition offers much more detailed and developed API with full control over each processing stage. Cloud only offers small subset of most useful things.

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answered 04 Oct '12, 15:17

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