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Dimension Data helps NZ government to be better connected

Nurdianah Md Nur | Nov. 17, 2015
As part of the Telecommunications-as-a-Service panel, Dimension Data will deliver networking, security and telecommunication services to government agencies.

The New Zealand government has chosen Dimension Data New Zealand to deliver Telecommunications-as-a-Service (TaaS) to its agencies.

Dimension Data will be providing networking, security and telecommunication services to enable the government to be better connected and deliver improved public services.

"With Dimension Data TaaS, government employees will have direct access to the resources and information they need to work from anywhere, in any agency and at any time. Besides that, comprehensive privacy settings ensure the security of information is maintained at every step," said Dimension Data New Zealand CEO, Jo Healey.

The TaaS is a programme of work jointly managed by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) in New Zealand. It aims to deliver a catalogue that is supplied and managed by a panel of service providers that will transcend agency boundaries and alow agencies to easily connect with each other and customers.

Dimension Data TaaS is offered as a service, transferring the ownership to an external, specialist supplier, allowing agencies to buy capability on demand. Dimension Data can also manage and oversee all TaaS services through aggregation. Agencies can focus on their objectives and outcomes, knowing that the stress of technology is being taken care of.

Dimension Data will support agencies to rapidly migrate to TaaS by making it simple and attractive for existing one.govt clients to transition.

 

 

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