A brighter future for HPRM-SharePoint integration

A brighter future for HPRM-SharePoint integration

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The HP Records Manager SharePoint Integration (SPI) Module is designed to assist organisations with managing records compliance in SharePoint environments using HP Records Manager (HPRM). The SPI module has been a key focus for HP for many years and the latest release, in conjunction with SharePoint 2013, provides a feature-rich solution for organisations that have deployed (or are considering deploying) SharePoint across the enterprise.

Kapish will be hosting a free webinar on Thursday 19 November at 10:00am (AEST) to showcase the latest release of the HPRM-SharePoint Integration (SPI) Module.  

In this webinar Jon Grundy (HPRM Consultant at Kapish) will discuss some of the challenges of trying to manage an organisation-wide SharePoint environment while maintaining records management compliance with HP Records Manager. The webinar will include an overview of the issues and how the integration is designed to address them, a live demonstration of some of the features and then conclude with a Q&A session.


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  1. Reuel Kirpaul  - October 25, 2016 - 1:42 am
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    Is it possible to review this webinar “A brighter future for HPRM-SharePoint integration” or is there any planned sessions in the near future?

    • Emma Backhouse  - October 28, 2016 - 2:46 pm
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      Hi Reuel,

      This is the link to Kapish TV with a recording of the SharePoint webinar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cqO0ESoNMY&t=75s if you haven’t seen it.

      And to answer your question, we don’t have anything scheduled at the moment but I will put your request forward to the team and see if we can get something organised for a HPE Content Manager and SharePoint webinar. Is there anything in particular that you would like to see covered in the demonstration?

      Many thanks,

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