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Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp is considering the sale of African operations it acquired with the takeover of Dimension Data Holdings and is open to approaches from interested buyers, according to three people familiar with the situation

Dimension Data’s Internet Solutions has launched a new wide-area networking technology solution called CloudWAN, which it believes will fundamentally change the way it services corporate customers in the coming years and also transform

The government sector has joined the financial services industry as a major target of cyber attackers, according to new research released by Dimension Data. The research shows that the number of cyberattacks on governments

Brett Dawson is stepping down as CEO of Dimension Data after 12 years at the helm of the South African technology services group, which is owned by Japan’s Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp. Chief operating officer

Dimension Data is getting a new CEO for its Middle East and Africa business. Grant Bodley, who has been with the IT services group for the past 15 years, will be taking on the role with current CEO

Dimension Data has asked the Competition Tribunal to impose additional constraints on Telkom if the telecommunications operator is allowed to buy listed IT services company Business Connexion. But BCX

Johannesburg-headquartered global technology services group Dimension Data has announced it is opening three new data centres as demand from businesses for cloud computing services expands. The new data centres are based in Toronto in Canada, Auckland, in New Zealand and São Paulo in Brazil. Dimension Data, which

South African-headquartered technology services group Dimension Data, which is owned by Japan’s Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp, has acquired US-based IT solutions provider Nexus. Although the value of the deal has not been disclosed, it’s understood it’s one of Dimension Data’s biggest acquisitions in years. Nexus has

High-level talks between Naspers and Dimension Data, which could lead to the merger of the groups’ MWeb and Internet Solutions (IS) businesses, are probably being driven by a need by IS to become more of a full-service telecommunications