The Tour de France is the biggest cycling race in the world, attracting 12 million TV viewers for each of its 21 stages, and 6.5 million digital fans from across…Lire la suite
Dimension Data harnesses the transformative power of technology to help organisations achieve great things in the digital era. As a member of the NTT Group, we focus on digital infrastructure, hybrid cloud, workspaces for tomorrow, cybersecurity, and network as the platform. With a turnover of USD 7.5 billion, offices in 58 countries, and 31,000 employees, we deliver wherever our clients are, at every stage of their technology journey. We’re proud to be the Official Technology Partner of Amaury Sport Organisation, organiser of the Tour de France, and the title partner of the cycling team, Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka.
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Technology, data and connected cycling teams at the Tour de France: What can businesses learn from the world’s biggest race?
Capturing the hundreds of individual stories and updates throughout the Tour de France is impossible through cameras alone, which is why digital transformation and emerging technologies are pivotal in bringing…Lire la suite
30,000 employees given chance to flourish in Tour de France-themed coding competitionLire la suite
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Luxembourg – 27 June 2018 – Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O.), the organiser of the Tour de France, has partnered with Dimension Data since 2015 to help engage a new generation…Lire la suite
After two successful hybrid cloud events, Dimension Data Luxembourg is back with the third event of its series, this time focused on cybersecurity.Lire la suite
Supply chain the new weak link in business security as ransomware attacks increase according to Dimension Data
Cyber-criminals are turning their attention to the supply chain as a new means to exploit business data.Lire la suite
Expansion follows a successful pilot in South Africa which reduced rhino poaching incidents by 96%Lire la suite