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IT spending high as “excited” industry embraces Digital World
This results in every budget being an IT budget; every company being a technology company; every business becoming a digital leader; and every person
Orcon resolves Wellington Labour weekend internet outage
Orcon has confirmed the internet outage in Wellington Central which occurred over the weekend is now resolved.
Wireless rollercoaster ride leaves Brocade in Dreamworld
Ardent Leisure Group, owner of Australia’s largest theme park Dreamworld, selects Brocade to provide a major network upgrade program focusing on improved wireless internet access.
Cheap trumps fast or bundled as reason to pick ISP in NZ
Among New Zealand consumers who chose their current Internet Service Provider (ISP) within the last 12 months, by far the most common reason for the choice was to get a cheaper or better deal.
Top predictions for IT organisations and users for 2014 and beyond - Part 2
Continuing from yesterday, Gartner has revealed its top predictions for IT organisations and IT users for 2014 and beyond.
Kiwis have big appetite for bigger bytes
New Zealanders are opting for Internet plans that allow them to use larger quantities of data, Statistics New Zealand reports today.
Dot Kiwi welcomes .nz to the new era of the internet
The Council of InternetNZ has approved a proposal to allow Kiwis to register their domain names directly to .nz, a move which has been backed by New Zealand firm Dot Kiwi.
Gartner's Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2014 - Part 1
"Companies should look to make deliberate decisions about these technologies during the next two years."
The digital world is here… IT spending to smash US$3.8 trillion in 2014
This results in every budget being an IT budget; every company being a technology company; every business is becoming a digital leader; and every pers
Australia’s NBN: New govt promises major changes
In his role as Australia’s shadow communication minister Malcolm Turnbull spent the past three years lambasting the Labor Government’s National Broadband Network plan at every opportunity.
Cambium aims to connect the unconnected with ePMP wireless launch
Cambium Networks has today launched ePMP, branded as a "revolutionary wireless access platform for connecting underserved and unconnected global communities."
Which side of the 4G fence are you on?
Telecom welcomes governments plans for the minimum reserve price of $198m for 4G spectrum, but 2degrees doesn't. Which side of the 4G fence are you on?
Govt to seek minimum $198m for 4G spectrum
The government will be seeking a minimum of $198 million for the rights, which are expected to be fought over by Telecom, Vodafone, and 2degrees.
Zuckerberg issues five billion friend requests
In an audacious effort to unite the world online, Facebook founder launches internet.org, designed to expand global internet access.
Are you a savvy shopper online?
Love shopping online but worry about becoming victim to the next biggest scam? Ordered a ladies size 12 and received a pair of pants that would be better suited for a six year old? Then this guide is for you...
Kiwi websites need to improve privacy info
Websites and apps collecting personal information could do much better in telling people that they are doing it, why they are doing it and how securely the information will be held.
Naked sex chats help blackmail Kiwis out of $4.4m
Horny New Zealanders taking part in naked online video chat sessions are being blackmailed, with Kiwis losing $4.4m last year due to internet scams.
Are staff owned smart devices killing company internet speeds?
New Zealand businesses are lamenting the days when wireless networks were faster but, in reality, the problem is not slow internet but people with too many devices in the workplace.
Should online porn be blocked by default?
In the balance between freedom and responsibility have we have neglected our responsibility to children?
What makes Kiwis click?
As mobile devices drive internet shopping across New Zealand, why are Kiwis heading online?
Can the internet save mental health sufferers?
New Zealand Mental Health Foundation praises social media, believing the internet to help depression sufferers.
Samsung beats Apple in 'Internet War'
Samsung overtakes Apple to claim number one spot globally for first time in terms of internet usage.
Should NZ gamers thank Sony?
One of the many frustrations New Zealand gamers face on a daily basis is poor internet connection coupled with limited speed – in comparison to the rest of the connected world.
What happens on the internet in 60 seconds?
It's Friday so Techday is going YouTube crazy, stumbling across an interesting summary of life on the internet - all 60 seconds of it.