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Te Papa to make Sharepoint switch

Te Papa to make Sharepoint switch

The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa has announced plans to adopt Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for its website.

The museum has issued a request for proposals for the project to upgrade its website from Microsoft Content Management Server to SharePoint, but released very few details of what the proposed project would involve.

It did state however that the website upgrade would include the development new templates and the migration of the museum’s current content.

The respond date for the RFP is Friday, October 17. The RFP can be accessed on the Government Electronic Tenders Service website under reference number 23453.


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