Working from home is becoming a reality for more workers across the country, and there are differing opinions on whether that’s good or bad. Even those who might enjoy the idea of remote working at...
InternetNZ is today calling on the Government and Internet Service Providers to ensure all New Zealanders are able to be online as part of the COVID-19 response.
On 15 March 2019, the Internet was weaponised as part of the terrorist attacks on the Muslim communities of Christchurch. The hurt and harm to people in the mosques, their family and friends, and the...
With the global spread of COVID-19 on everyone’s minds, we’ve been reflecting on what it means to be a responsible employer in New Zealand. How do we protect staff and their families? How can we...
The updated Broadband Map NZ website is live, and we are delighted to invite you to check it out.
InternetNZ is pleased to announce that a new version of the national broadband map website launched today.
Wholesale domain fees will change from $1.25/month to $1.50/month.
Country Code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs) across the world have been experiencing a decline in new and renewed registrations of domain names since 2005. This is a trend we’re now starting to see in the...
In our first blog of 2020 we shared our predictions for the Internet this year with one common theme coming through loud and clear—online security. It’s an important topic on the agendas and minds of...
The heart of InternetNZ is to help New Zealanders harness the power of the Internet. We are proud and privileged to be the home of .nz for New Zealand, using the income stream from this and our other...