Enable, the Local Fibre Company contracted to deploy Ultra Fast Broadband in the greater Christchurch area, has completed its network deployment.
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The Commerce Commission is re-launching its broadband monitoring programme with a new overseas supplier and is looking for 3000 New Zealand households to take part.
The Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) will extend its Malware-Free Networks cyber defence initiative, minister Andrew Little has announced.
The schedule for completing New Zealand's rural broadband programmes has been brought forward a year, and is now due for completion in 2021, communications minister Clare Curran has announced.
Holders of the .geek.nz domain name are mainly from New Zealand, retain their name for longer and 60% of them are registered by individuals, as opposed to organisations.
Universal access to the internet is being recognised as a key issue for ensuring all New Zealanders benefit from the Ultra Fast Broadband and Rural Broadband rollouts.
A project examining the use of algorithms by NZ government agencies has been announced by the government digital services minister Clare Curran and statistics minister James Shaw.
InternetNZ has awarded grants totalling $100,000 to seven recipients for projects ranging from improving mobile services, to internet addiction and freedom of speech online.
Callaghan Innovation CEO Victoria Crone says the organisation is ready to “pivot” to accommodate the Government’s new direction for investing in R&D - moving away from grants in favour of tax incentives.
Techweek, which has over 480 events taking place throughout New Zealand, has officially begun, with Rocket Lab CEO Peter Beck headlining the launch event in Auckland today.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has received additional funding to focus on “telecommunications policy, infrastructure and digital economy priorities”, it was announced in the Government’s Budget last week.
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is in the market for a budgeting and forecasting tool to replace its current excel-based solution.
Cyber security entities from 14 Pacific nations have formed the Pacific Cyber Security Operational Network (PaCSON), with CERT NZ named as its inaugural chair.
Waitemata District Health Board (WDHB) wants to enable email communication with its patients and substantially reduce the number of letters it sends out each year.
The Ministry of Social Development is set to transform the Front of House experience for its 1.1 million client base and has issued a Request for Information (RFI) for an online self-service solution that can be delivered to over 120 sites nationwide.