Many of the programme sessions at this year’s NetHui are devoted to exploring new Internet-enabled technologies. If you’ve been wondering what these techs are and what they may mean for all of us here in Aotearoa New Zealand, then read this!
NetHui is a platform for conversations amongst the Internet community of New Zealand about how we want to make the most of our Internet. With that in mind, an important part of the NetHui experience is opening up Day Zero of the event to organisations that want to explore that potential in their own way.
We are now less than two weeks out from this year's NetHui, and I want to share with you just how excited we are with the programme we've pulled together.
This NetHui is set to be one of the most exciting yet. Our theme of trust and freedom on the Internet couldn't be more relevant or timely.
Since late 2016, Council has been working on an organisational review of InternetNZ. The simple question we set out to answer was: can the work of the group (InternetNZ, NZRS and the Domain Name Commission) be organised better, to help us achieve our objectives?
User experience (UX) is steadily becoming more and more well known in New Zealand. To quote Nielsen Norman Group, a leading voice in the industry, UX “encompasses all aspects of the end-user's interaction with the company, its services, and its products.