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Upgrading from HP TRIM v6.2 to HP Records Managers 8.0

 Good day all,

 

 

I work for a U.S.  Department of Defense service. They are currently utilizing HP TRIM v6.2 and have a free upgrade to HP TRIM 7.3. However, funding has now become available to possibly purchase HP Records Manager 8.0.  I have not been able to find out if its possible to upgrade to HP Records Manager 8.0 safely, through exhaustive internet searches and also on the HP Autonomy website. I wanted to know if this plausible and logical and what are the advantages and disadvantages to using HP Records Manager 8.0.  Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated .

 

 

Regards,

 

Techgato6808

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Re: Upgrading from HP TRIM v6.2 to HP Records Managers 8.0

Yes you can upgrade to RM8.  I've heard of a few places that have done this, even though the new version is still relatively new.

 

Pages 49-51 cover the process for ugprading from 6R2 to RM8.

 

Personally, I would recommend you go to 7.33.  Though that's just because RM8 is still new.  You may need to check whether RM8 has completed JITC certification was well.

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Re: Upgrading from HP TRIM viva to HP Records Managers 8.0

E,

 

Awesome.  Can you expound on the the JTIC certification? Thanks for the information.

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