Executive Introduction to Telco In NZ – 2 hour course

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

With so many choices of provider, service, devices and applications, how do you make an informed decision on the ones that will help you and your Business? Do you need some clarity on current telecommunications systems and how the new applications they enable can help? 

Then you need this jargon busting 2hr long Executive level programme.  It’s a non-technical explanation of current telecommunications systems like fibre, wireless, 4G/LTE, UFB and RBI, do you go Hosted, Cloud based or in-house? This session will provide you with a greater understanding of the language and acronyms surrounding telco services and more importantly, what they could do for you and your business.

Delivered in a fun, interactive way with hands-on exercises and a quiz or two!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Executives, Management, Salespeople and others wanting a non-technical overview of current telco technologies and applications & the impact they could have on your business.

Anyone who wants their business or community to make the most of fixed and mobile broadband and the new applications and ways of working/playing it enables. This programme will provide you with a solid understanding of telco technology basics and how it all works together, in simple English.

FULL COURSE INFORMATION:

Available here

UPCOMING DATES:
May 12 - Auckland
May 13 - Wellington
May 14 - Christchurch

Modern Telco In NZ Explained – 1 day course

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Smart Phones, Tablets, Ultra Fast Broadband, HDTV, Cloud Computing, Rural Broadband, Fibre Optics, 4G….what does it all mean, and more importantly, how can it help me and my Business? Do you need some clarity on current telecommunications systems and how the new applications they enable can help you? 

Then you need this jargon busting day-long programme.  It’s a non-technical explanation of current telecommunications systems like fibre, wireless, 4G/LTE, UFB and RBI, and will provide you with a greater understanding of the language and acronyms surrounding telco services and more importantly, what they could do for you and your business. 

Delivered in a fun, interactive way with hands-on exercises and a quiz or two!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Management, Administrators, Human Resources, Marketing, Salespeople and others wanting a non-technical overview of current telco technologies and applications

Anyone who wants their business or community to make the most of fixed and mobile broadband and the new applications and ways of working/playing it enables. This programme will provide you with a solid understanding of telco technology basics and how it all works together, in simple English.

FULL COURSE INFORMATION:

Available here

UPCOMING DATES:

14 April - Auckland
16 April - Wellington
13 October - Auckland
15 October - Wellington
16 October - South Island

After Fives

After 5's are back again in 2015!

Better broadband – helping New Zealand “get off the grass” 

In 2013, Sir Paul Callahan and Prof Shaun Hendy said in their book ‘Get off the Grass: Kickstarting New Zealand’s innovation economy’ that if New Zealand is to grow its economy more rapidly it needs to learn to innovate like a city of four million people. We need to learn to live off knowledge rather than nature. 

As a nation, New Zealand is investing over $3 billion dollars in a new, multi-generational fibre network. Ulta-fast Broadband links communities, breaks geographic boundaries and provides a platform for innovation and productivity. But to really capitalise on its potential we need to be strategic in its use. We need to understand what it means for our homes, our businesses and our children’s future.

At this first, refreshed, TUANZ After 5 Rosalie Nelson will explore how New Zealand is transforming itself from laggard to leader on global benchmarks. She’ll evaluate the opportunities it brings to our homes, our communities and our businesses and how technology changes will impact us all over the next decade.

Rosalie Nelson has an extensive track record in analysing trends in the telecommunications market both here and overseas through Ovum and IDC, and is currently managing market strategy and insight with Chorus. She also has intimate knowledge in the broadcasting sector so can speak to the ongoing convergence.


Click the link below to register for your city

Tuesday 3rd March - Auckland