HP Records Manager facilitates greater compliance with organizational and regulatory mandates for the management of business records from creation to disposal by allowing you to:
- Simplify access to enterprise information through a modern web interface across a wide range of devices
- Streamline the capture, search, and management of business information from any source, including Microsoft Office, Outlook, and SharePoint, as well as Lotus Notes mail and line of business applications
- Offer greater levels of configurability, along with desktop, workflow, and integration tools to allow you adapt to diverse business processes and information management needs
- Provide a secure records repository combined with extensive and more granular security and audit capabilities
HP Records Manager 8.0 is designed to the International Standard of Records Management (ISO 15489:2001), and elements of ISO16175: Principles and Functional Requirements for Records in Electronic Office Environments.
Integrated records and document management: Manage both physical and electronic documents.
Manage in place or in a centralized secure records repository: Apply holds to documents in external repositories or move files to the secure records repository for centralized management and control.
Modern uniform interface across devices: Utilize HTML5 technologies to provide a simple and uniform interface that automatically adjusts to different devices such as laptops, tablets, and smart phones.
Extensive SharePoint integration: Integrate seamlessly with Microsoft SharePoint to deliver compliant records management for SharePoint content and archiving of SharePoint sites.
Advanced email integration: Leverage message and conversation IDs to reduce duplication in Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes Mail.
Advanced request and warehouse integration: Request records stored either on premise or offsite at an external storage vendor. Requests can be made to retrieve or return records on an ad hoc or recurring basis.
Global certification and standards: Designed to International standard of records management (ISO 15489:2001), and elements of ISO 16175: Principles and Functional Requirements for Records in Electronic Office Environments.