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Hands-on review: Norton Secure VPN
Norton Secure VPN offers enhanced online security and privacy, with features such as anonymous browsing and split tunneling.
Pentanet renews site licence agreements with Axicom
Pentanet says it's pleased to announce that it has entered into a Master Access Agreement with Axicom in support of planned network expansion.
Kacific wins big at the Asia Pacific Stevie Awards
Kacific Broadband Satellites Group wins gold and silver awards at the Asia Pacific Stevie Awards for its innovative technologies and services during Covid-19.
Infovista launches new suite of cloud-native applications
Infovista Ativa combines in a single cloud-native framework, traditionally separate Assurance and Operations capabilities.
WiFi as a Service market to reach $26 billion through 2032
As a result of the easy management of wireless infrastructure over cloud services, WaaS is experiencing rapid growth.
Unknown connections: How safe is public WiFi in Aotearoa?
Kiwis are surprisingly unaware of the risks involved in using public WiFi, according to a study by Norton and Symantec.
Enable launches free Wi-Fi in Christchurch city centre
Fibre broadband provider, Enable, and the Christchurch City Council have launched their new Christchurch Free Wi-Fi service in the central city.
5G network projects driven by improving security and privacy
Trend Micro's new study reveals the prospect of improved security and privacy capabilities are the main motivations behind private 5G wireless network projects.
Experimental 6G trials begin with NEC, DOCOMO AND NTT
NEC Corporation is collaborating with NTT DOCOMO and NTT on 6G trials, aiming to achieve higher speeds and capacities than 5G.
Longstanding Kiwi field service contractor Indeserve in liquidation
IndeServe, a longstanding local service contractor that has worked with companies including IBM, Fujitsu and Datacom, has voluntarily filed for liquidation.
ComCom finds NZ broadband compares well with Australia
A new report published by the Commerce Commission has found New Zealand's Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) compares well to Australia's National Broadband Network.
The most common online scams in Australia
No one is safe from online scammers, and many of these scammers have capitalised on the pandemic, using this confusing time to attack more people than ever.
SmartCIC report reveals top five 5G carriers in the world
The Global Cellular Performance Survey also found that 5G networks are delivering high download speeds but lagging in upload speeds.
D-Link launches new G415 Smart Router as part of EAGLE PRO AI range
D-Link ANZ has announced the launch of its new G415 AX1500 4G Smart Router as part of the new EAGLE PRO AI Series.
Kaspersky highlights mobile threat impacting thousands globally
Stalkerware impacted over 32,000 Kaspersky mobile users globally last year, highlighting the need to tackle this issue, says Kaspersky.
The generation gap: Protecting our kaumātua online
New Zealand's elderly population is at risk of cyber threats due to a lack of online safety knowledge and support systems, says Age Concern NZ.
Making the metaverse: The digital infrastructure opportunity
Enterprises are dreaming big, but to take the metaverse mainstream, they need a new approach to digital infrastructure.
Cradlepoint and Extreme partner, launch connectivity solution
Cradlepoint has entered into a partnership with Extreme Networks to bring together the two worlds of wireless WAN and 5G cellular technologies.
5% of Kiwis experienced identity theft in 2021 - report
Norton has found 5% of New Zealanders experienced identity theft in 2021, and 10% have clicked on a fraudulent package notification link in the past 12 months.
New Kiwi distributor to focus on telecommunications solutions
Paul Batchelor of Allied Telessis fame, is launching a new specialist telecommunications distributor based in Wellington.
Juniper Networks named Leader in 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant
Gartner has named AI-driven networks vendor Juniper as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant, giving it the highest score for Completeness of Vision.
Huawei reveals new wireless network innovation at Pre-MWC briefing
Huawei launches IntelligentRAN, a wireless network architecture aimed at developing autonomous networks and improving user experiences.
DSA study finds economic benefit of using MHz band
Study shows that Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa could see billions in economic benefits from enabling unlicensed access to the 5925-7125 MHz band.
ComCom seeks feedback on broadband performance programme
The Commerce Commission is inviting feedback on enhancements to its Measuring Broadband New Zealand programme.