Now, an organization's employees are provided with one interface to create and search records, while the records management officer gets a separate console to handle administrative duties such as creating file plans and retention policies, or to modify the taxonomy thesaurus.
"We're giving customers the ability to push more users into a controlled environment, where content is completely controlled from its creation to its destruction," Gould said.
Records Manager 8 will be available Sept. 15.
HP is currently defending itself against a number of shareholder lawsuits alleging that Autonomy had misrepresented its value to HP prior to the acquisition. Autonomy is mostly known for its IDOL ((Intelligent Data Operating Layer) search and classification software, though it had branched into records management before the HP purchase as well.
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