Managed network stories
Claudine Beltrami heads Verizon's Federal Government business
Amidst confusion in Australian agencies post-discontinuation of the cyber hubs program, Verizon Business Australia appoints IT veteran, Claudine Beltrami, to lead Federal Government business, creating a more secure digital future.
Redefining networks: Navigating the world of SD-WAN
Managed network providers, such as Australian technology provider Interactive, play a pivotal role in unlocking the full potential of SD-WAN.
Network efficiencies: Unlocking the power of Managed Network Services
Connectivity is crucial for success in today's digital era. Managed network services offer expertise and scalability to address network challenges.
N4L's Managed Network rollout complete
The Network for Learning Managed Network rollout in New Zealand is complete, providing schools with fast, uncapped, Crown-funded internet.
Melbourne City Mission reaps benefits from new managed network
A new managed network from blueApache has seen Melbourne City Mission reaping the benefits of simplified architecture and improved performance.
Government helping NZ schools harness digital tech
To participate successfully in the future, young people today need to be learning a range of 21st Century digital skills.
Security policy: The first line of defence for your school’s network
Network security starts with people. Your people. Staff, teachers, administrators, visitors and anyone else who might have access to your network.
More Kiwi schools turn to N4L's Managed Network
John Hanna, N4L CEO, says he credits the survey’s positive responses to the company’s school-centric approach, and proactive approach to support.
Vector to enable more schools to connect to Govt's managed network
The Government has entered into a new agreement with Vector to enable more schools to access the N4L Managed Network, it was announced today.
2000th school to connect to government's managed network
Over 2,000 schools in New Zealand have been connected to the government's funded N4L Managed Network, says Minister Nikki Kaye.
N4L: 1815 schools and counting as connections steam ahead
More than 572,000 Kiwi students and teachers across 1815 schools can now access safe, fast internet via N4L's managed network.
Why digital technologies are used for learning
Digital technologies offer new opportunities for teachers and education leaders, and new ways for parents and communities to contribute to learning.
Over 95% of schools signed up to Government's Managed Network
The government is investing more than $200m in this project, so that all state, state-integrated and partnership schools can have uncapped internet.
500,000+ students & teachers using N4L's Managed Network
Over 500,000 Kiwi students and educators now harness N4L's Managed Network, boosting digital learning nationwide.
Network for Learning’s Managed Network turns one
Over 40 NZ schools have been using @N4Lnz's Managed Network for over a year, helping them fast-track digital learning plans.
First schools sign up for N4L
More than 20 schools from around New Zealand have already signed agreements with Network for Learning (N4L) to connect to its managed network.
More than 1,000 schools register with N4L
Less than two weeks after the announcement that Network for Learning’s managed network was going ahead, more than 1000 schools have registered their interest in connecting to the network.
Digital literacy key focus of expert group
Digital literacy in schools is to be the focus of a new 14 member reference group.