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Key NZ sectors leading online business adoption
"More New Zealand businesses are beginning to embrace the opportunities the internet is offering – from access to international markets to increased engagement with their customers."
At the helm of one of NZ's original success stories
Deidre Steyn tells David Williams how she is relishing the role of general manager at one of New Zealand’s original internet success stories.
Key launches mental health e-therapy for young Kiwis
Prime Minister John Key has launched SPARX, an online game-style tool to help young people develop skills to deal with feeling down, depressed or stressed.
Green Party launches Internet Rights and Freedoms Bill
"With the help of the public, the Green Party will ensure that all Internet users are protected by basic human rights."
On your marks, get set, Dot Kiwi...
Kiwis around the world will be able to get up-to-date news about the New Zealand Commonwealth Games Team via the newest .kiwi website to go live – www.commonwealthgames.kiwi.
When is unlimited broadband actually unlimited?
"I’d encourage Telecom to have a closer look at what it’s telling its customers. It’s nearly there, just needs a nudge in the right direction."
Cloud-managed Wi-Fi market to reach $2.5 billion by 2018
"Enterprises are seeing the big picture and definitely considering cloud-managed Wi-Fi for their remote sites when upgrading their networks..."
Chorus: UFB rollout ahead as fixed connections increase
That's according to Chorus' fixed line and broadband connection numbers as at 31 March 2014, released this morning via the New Zealand Stock Exchange.
Telecom UFB goes live in Whangarei
"We’re thrilled to offer our locals in Whangarei the incredible experiences fibre brings..."
Google's open letter inspires Kiwi businesses to jump online
The Internet could have been purpose-built for New Zealand, says the internet search giant...
Govt embarks on $2.48m Chatham Islands broadband plan...
"This will be a huge improvement on the present situation, with broadband at dial-up speeds only available in some areas..."
Woosh Wireless declares price war on Kiwi rivals...
Unlike competitors who have done "plenty of talking" about passing on cost savings subject to the review of Chorus’ copper prices, Woosh claims to be "actively offering savings."
ICONZ-Webvisions return to their internet roots
In a world suffering from serious time poverty, New Zealand’s hunger for Ultra Fast Broadband has reached breaking point.
Flip backs Internet Party vision to half NZ broadband costs
"Love them or hate them, no-one can argue with the daring vision of the Internet Party in halving the cost of broadband in New Zealand."
Retailers lagging other sectors in getting to grips with the Internet
New Zealand retailers are falling behind other sectors of the economy in their use of the internet to drive sales and business management, says a major new study funded by Internet NZ and the global internet search engine, Google.
Orcon cuts off Dotcom internet campaign...
Orcon has revealed its campaign featuring Kim Dotcom is coming to an end, as the internet mogul focuses on his political aspirations.
Digital divide widens between online-savvy & online-cautious SMEs
"What’s clear to us from our years of conducting research into SMEs’ use of online technologies is that businesses with an online presence reach more people and are more engaged with their customers."
New Zealanders’ online privacy behaviours under the microscope
Age, ethnicity, income and education are significant factors in how people manage their personal information online, a Victoria University of Wellington study has found.
One summary says it all - broadband plan comparison is now even easier
A standard format has been developed to help consumers compare different fixed line, residential broadband offers from New Zealand’s leading operators.
Adams backs better broadband info for consumers...
"These changes will make it easier for people to compare what different providers are offering, and to know if they are signing up for a package that meets their needs."
ShowmeTV rebrand... Has Telecom lost its spark already?
"In their rush to bring this to life it appears that their due diligence was somewhat incomplete, which can only serve to further erode their brand equity in the eyes of their market."
Dot Kiwi domain names go live after two years of planning
New Zealanders now have the chance to purchase their own domains...
Your new online addiction...
The best sites for you to waste away the hours when you’re supposed to be working or doing actual important stuff.
Kiwis head online to sip their fancy wine...
"Online wine sales are set to see massive compound growth as wine drinkers become more informed."