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Oct
24
Tue
2017
HPE CM110 – Content Manager 9.1 Advanced User @ Hobart (Quill Consultancy)
Oct 24 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

HPE CM Training

HPE CM110 – Content Manager 9.1 Advanced User Training (Instructor-Led)
This 1-day, “User Level” course addresses all the core functionality and features of HPE Content Manager. This includes searching for, creating, and maintaining records. Other components, such as Reports, Activities and Actions, Alerts, User Labels, Dropzone and User Options are also discussed. This course uses the HPE Content Manger desktop client exclusively.


Audience / Job Roles.
This course is intended for ‘senior-level users’ who are responsible for the day-to-day operations of an organization and who may have elevated responsibility in the HPE Content Manager tool, including, but not limited to, Content Managers, Records Coordinators, senior business staff, Power Users, Inquiry Users and/or core project team members.

Oct
25
Wed
2017
HPE CM200 – Content Manager 9.1 Administration Essentials @ Hobart (Quill Consultancy)
Oct 25 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

HPE CM Training

HPE CM200 – Content Manager 9.1 Administration Essentials
This 2-day, “Administrator Level” course covers the setup and configuration of Content Manager for Enterprise use. It discusses Security, Locations, Retention, Schedules and Holds, Classifications/Categories, Record Types, Action Tracking and System Options.


Audience / Job Roles.
This course is intended for those users who are responsible for the setup and initial design of HPE Content Manager; including, but not limited to, Content Managers, Records Coordinators, Senior Business Staff, Power Users and/or Core Project Team Members.

Oct
26
Thu
2017
HPE CM200 – Content Manager 9.1 Administration Essentials @ Hobart (Quill Consultancy)
Oct 26 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

HPE CM Training

HPE CM200 – Content Manager 9.1 Administration Essentials
This 2-day, “Administrator Level” course covers the setup and configuration of Content Manager for Enterprise use. It discusses Security, Locations, Retention, Schedules and Holds, Classifications/Categories, Record Types, Action Tracking and System Options.


Audience / Job Roles.
This course is intended for those users who are responsible for the setup and initial design of HPE Content Manager; including, but not limited to, Content Managers, Records Coordinators, Senior Business Staff, Power Users and/or Core Project Team Members.

Oct
31
Tue
2017
HPE CM110 – Content Manager 9.1 Advanced User @ Adelaide (Training Choice)
Oct 31 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

HPE CM Training

HPE CM110 – Content Manager 9.1 Advanced User Training (Instructor-Led)
This 1-day, “User Level” course addresses all the core functionality and features of HPE Content Manager. This includes searching for, creating, and maintaining records. Other components, such as Reports, Activities and Actions, Alerts, User Labels, Dropzone and User Options are also discussed. This course uses the HPE Content Manger desktop client exclusively.


Audience / Job Roles.
This course is intended for ‘senior-level users’ who are responsible for the day-to-day operations of an organization and who may have elevated responsibility in the HPE Content Manager tool, including, but not limited to, Content Managers, Records Coordinators, senior business staff, Power Users, Inquiry Users and/or core project team members.

Nov
1
Wed
2017
HPE CM200 – Content Manager 9.1 Administration Essentials @ Adelaide (Training Choice)
Nov 1 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

HPE CM Training

HPE CM200 – Content Manager 9.1 Administration Essentials
This 2-day, “Administrator Level” course covers the setup and configuration of Content Manager for Enterprise use. It discusses Security, Locations, Retention, Schedules and Holds, Classifications/Categories, Record Types, Action Tracking and System Options.


Audience / Job Roles.
This course is intended for those users who are responsible for the setup and initial design of HPE Content Manager; including, but not limited to, Content Managers, Records Coordinators, Senior Business Staff, Power Users and/or Core Project Team Members.

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