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Updated: 7 key opportunities for Kiwi partners from HP Partner First Forum
HP New Zealand Partner First Forum highlighted a number of adjacent markets for HP's resellers to grow into. And the markets are...
NZ's UFB build on track - Waiheke now complete
Waiheke Island completes UFB build, providing faster and more reliable internet to 5600 homes and businesses.
Mangawhai to Sydney to mainland USA - NZ's fourth international cable on its way
New Zealand's fourth international cable build, the Hawaiki cable, has begun construction, aiming to increase internet speed and connectivity.
Govt gives telco industry props for restoration efforts following quakes
UK Government Thanks Telecom Companies for Restoring Infrastructure After Earthquake.
Adams says Netsafe to play key role in curbing online harassment in NZ
The establishment of this role aims to set a new benchmark for curbing online harassment and intimidation.
ComCom calls for submissions on rural fibre
Public to have one week to give their views on rolling out fibre on rural electricity infrastructure, says NZ Communications Minister Amy Adams.
New Zealand and Australia VS cyber security
New Zealand and Australia join forces to strengthen cyber security initiatives and tackle cyber threats in the region.
Cybercrime now 'bigger than the global drugs trade'
Only 17% of Kiwis receive cyber security training at work, according to NZ Communications Minister Amy Adams.
Election broadcasts 'outdated format' to get a revamp in 2017
Justice and Broadcasting Minister Amy Adams plans to modernise election broadcasts by removing TV and radio requirements.
Govt extends free UFB connections
UK Government extends agreement with Chorus for free residential connections to the Ultra-Fast Broadband network.
Are Kiwi employees in the dark when It comes to cyber security?
Only 17% of New Zealanders have received training on cyber security at work, despite being affected by cybercrime.
Early Government buyout a credit to UFB rollout success
Government buys out Ultrafast Fibre due to unexpected confidence in UFB, says Communications Minister Amy Adams.
New $2 million fund to help prepare NZ for digital age
The New Zealand government has launched a $2m independent research fund to prepare the country for the information age.
New Zealand's new CERT Advisory Board members announced
New Zealand's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) Advisory Board has been formed, comprised of industry experts and cybersecurity professionals.
New 1 Gigabit fibre offering good news for NZ
New Zealand to offer 1 Gigabit product for residential on UFB network, putting it on par with global markets.
More than 300,000 to benefit as first phase of RBI completed
Over 300k homes and businesses in New Zealand benefit from improved broadband, thanks to Government initiative.
Results are in: Quarterly UFB figures show Kiwis remain ‘enthusiastic’
Ultra Fast Broadband is in high demand in New Zealand, with over 2.4 million people now able to connect, according to Communications Minister Amy Adams.
UFB rollout in Queenstown now complete
Over 7000 households and businesses are now able to connect to faster and more reliable internet.
Adams calls for industry feedback on Telco Act review
Communications Minister Amy Adams is seeking business & consumer feedback on the regulation of fixed line communication services after 2020.
New Bill to simplify UFB rollout passes uncontested
A new Bill to streamline the rollout of Ultra Fast Broadband has passed its first reading in Parliament.
Govt makes law changes to simplify Ultra Fast Broadband rollout
Shared property and apartment dwellers will find it easier to connect to Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) in light of new changes made to the UFB rollout.
Rotorua UFB rollout complete: 31 schools now faster than ever
Chorus announces UFB rollout is complete in Rotorua, bringing the service to almost 27,000 schools, businesses, health services and residents.
Adams celebrates RBI completion, acknowledges Chorus
The Rural Broadband Initiative build has come to an end, with Chorus' role in the $234 million dollar initiative being praised.
Govt appoints NetSafe to lead cyber bullying prevention
Internet safety watchdog NetSafe has been selected by the Govt to help reduce harmful digital communications in an official Approved Agency role.