Dimension Data has scored a three year contract to provide email and messaging services using Microsoft technology to the South Australian Government in a competitive tender worth nearly $32 million. The new contract sees DiData displace the incumbent Telstra, whose seven year $32.5 million contract expires on 14 October.
Imagine having technology in your car that can communicate with every other vehicle in your vicinity, figure out if you are on a collision course with any of them and warn you in time to avoid an accident. It's real, it's Australian and it's being trialled in South Australia.
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