GUEST BLOG*: “Retail Resistance Frustrates Fibre”

Last week on the 9th February, Ernie Newman, past CEO of TUANZ, posted a blog on his experience ordering UFB for his home office.  Below is what he wrote to explain his story which we repost as a Guest Blog* (You can see the original post here). “Is UFB – a visionary, nation-building programme that […]

Fibre Readiness Survey – Speed is the Killer App

In 2010 a survey on business use of Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) was conducted.  Earlier this year (2015) it was decided to survey the TUANZ membership once again and to invite the Greater East Tamaki Business Association (GETBA) to participate given the length of time UFB had been available in that area.  The survey was […]

Fibre Readiness Survey – Speed is the Killer App

In 2010 a survey on business use of Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) was conducted.  Earlier this year (2015) it was decided to survey the TUANZ membership once again and to invite the Greater East Tamaki Business Association (GETBA) to participate given the length of time UFB had been available in that area.  The survey was […]

Fibre Readiness Survey – Barriers to Uptake

In 2010 a survey on business use of Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) was conducted.  Earlier this year (2015) it was decided to survey the TUANZ membership once again and to invite the Greater East Tamaki Business Association (GETBA) to participate given the length of time UFB had been available in that area.  The survey was […]

Fibre Readiness Survey – SME’s yet to seize the opportunity

In 2010 a survey on business use of Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) was conducted by TUANZ.  Earlier this year (2015) it was decided to survey the TUANZ membership once again and to invite the Greater East Tamaki Business Association (GETBA) to participate given the length of time UFB had been available in that area.  The […]

Fibre Readiness Survey – SME’s yet to seize the opportunity

In 2010 a survey on business use of Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) was conducted by TUANZ.  Earlier this year (2015) it was decided to survey the TUANZ membership once again and to invite the Greater East Tamaki Business Association (GETBA) to participate given the length of time UFB had been available in that area.  The […]

What do we mean by “Telecommunications”

Yesterday we made a public release of a paper in which we outlined the key high level issues we thought should be discussed and debated as part of the current review of the Telecommunications Act – you can read it here.  We’re very clear that our focus is on the outcomes for our members, and to help […]

GUEST BLOG* : Introducing the Data Counsel

In September, Lillian Grace, founder and CEO of Figure.NZ will be the speaker at the TUANZ After5 series.  Figure.NZ is growing and has just appointed Aaron Schiff to the role as Data Counsel.  Below is a blog post he wrote to explain what that means. “I’m really excited to be appointed as Data Counsel at […]

GUEST BLOG : UFB AT HALFWAY POINT — IS EVERYBODY HAPPY?

Guest Blog* from Bill Bennett.  Bill blogs here. Communications Minister Amy Adams says New Zealand’s government supported fibre network has hit the halfway point. In a press release the minister says: “The UFB build is going from strength-to-strength, with fibre being rolled out to communities up and down the country. The project continues to be […]

GUEST BLOG* : Impressions for Apple’s WWDC

Guest Blog* from Reuben Bilj, Co-founder at Smudge Apps. Smudge are a TUANZ member and was born at the start of the smartphone revolution.  They have been building mobile apps for the last 6 and a half years with clients such as Vodafone, SKY TV, STUFF and YELLOW. “Apple hosts about 4 keynote events annually, and of […]