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Google Australia to destroy street view data
Internet search engine urged to destroy user data from unsecured Wi-Fi networks in Australia during 2010.
CityLink changes capital’s connectivity
Newly named CityFi, the premium network aims to become ‘less clunky’ and more convenient allowing customers to easily log on without usernames or passwords.
Ruckus appoints second NZ distributor
The wireless access point vendor has introduced a second New Zealand based distributor.
Tauranga aims for total CBD wi-fi coverage
ISP sets up free wi-fi zones in downtown locations, looks for businesses to jump on board.
Snapper chooses Aerohive on buses and stations
The contact-less payment provider needed a wireless network solution for 1,000 buses and stations.
Kiwi businesses missing wi-fi boat
New Zealand lagging behind rest of the world in offering wireless internet at shops and restaurants.
Where's my wi-fi?
I'm struggling to connect in the Auckland CBD - why is this even a thing?
Bucklands Beach Intermediate School uses BeamFlex
Ruckus BeamFlex technology blanketed Bucklands Beach campus with half the amount of Wi-Fi access points. Service blackspots had been reduced to zero.
Raroa School could have been a wireless nightmare
See how Raroa School's wireless has settled in well. Against the challenges of a large multi-acre campus with multi-story, concrete and steel buildings, pre-fab facilities and large common areas and fields.
King’s School success with Ruckus Wireless
How King's School shifted from a 'find and fix' network approach to a more proactive 'predict and prevent' methodology with the help of Ruckus solutions
How to setup a home network - Part Three
Now that you’ve set up your home network, it’s time to talk about network-attached storage.
Cisco refreshes consumer range
"All customers need to know is if they want the fast one or the faster one.”
Aucklanders to enjoy free wi-fi during RWC
High-speed internet on offer at various locations from September 2.
How to setup a home network - Part Two
So you’ve set up your home network and are ready to begin surfing the web
Wi-fi guru in Auckland - CLOSED
The free session, helps those with existing wireless infrastructure or those planning an implementation.
Wi-fi experts compare different brands
See who fared best in comprehensive analysis of WLAN hardware.
KDDI offloads smartphone data traffic to Wi-Fi
The Japanese mobile operator is freeing up its existing cellular network with 100,000 new Wi-Fi access points.
How to setup a home network - Part One
So you have a few computers and other accessories around the house (such as printers and mobile computing devices, data storage, scanners, etc) and you’ve decided it’s about time you set up a home network.
NetGear banishes Wi-Fi dead spots
NetGear has a new answer for those annoying parts of the house that your Wi-Fi doesn't quite reach.
Fibre Watch: City of snails
As Wellington embraces Wi-Fi, Auckland Council's plans are embarrassingly slow and underwhelming.
Wellys goes Wi-Fi for all
Wellington City to offer free, public Wi-Fi in time for Rugby World Cup.
Google rolls out Wi-Fi vulnerability fix for Android
A user-discovered exploit in the Sony PSN password reset system has led to the
Free wi-fi for Christchurch
Tomizone opens up its wi-fi hotspots in Christchurch to allow news and information to flow more freely.
Wi-fi campervans hit the road
Wellington firm Romp has installed routers into campervans for a truly mobile surfing experience.