The short answer would be yes, a system could be set up.
I have made a proposal to management to create a PM (Preventative Maintenance) Group. Included in this groups many duties, would be to maintain databases used for demos etc. But, the proposal has been set aside to be looked at later.
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The long answer is yes. But, you have to keep in mind that all of the old databases will not work with the new software and hardware.
NO! That is categorically untrue. The GEMS databases are backwards compatible. For example, if you have a three year old GEMS 1.13 VIBS database, you can upgrade that database to 1.18 and download it to the latest R6.