NetHui is nearly here - come along!

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.

Changing InternetNZ: our organisational review

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?

The Internet of Things and the Internet of You

The IoT involves everyday objects being subject to network connectivity, allowing data to be sent and received. Think self driving cars and smart heating.

Canterbury Tech Summit overview

Jordan and I attended the Canterbury Tech Summit last week, and wow…I loved every minute of it.

Why you should come to UX New Zealand 2017

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.

Building the NetHui programme

I wanted to invite people one last time to get involved and let you know the next steps, where the NetHui community will start bringing the 2017 programme together.

New InternetNZ Council 2016/17

InternetNZ held its Annual General Meeting last night and our members voted on four Council positions.

Students solving connectivity issues

The first week of the school holidays saw 30 Taranaki students take on solving Internet connectivity issues in their own backyard.

Take action today - support net neutrality!

Today's a day to act in support of a fundamental element of the open Internet. Read on...

To encrypt or not to encrypt - is not the question

This week the Five Eyes are meeting and according to public statements they will be discussing UK and Australian proposals to "do something" about encryption.