The New Zealand government needs to do more, especially as it plays a growing role in the education sector.
Darren Greenwood keeps his feet on New Zealand's shaky ground and his head up in the long white cloud.
Darren Greenwood has been in journalism, not all of it IT, since the days of typewriters and long before the web spun its way around the world. Coming from Yorkshire, he can be blunt, and though having resided in New Zealand, as well as Australia, for quite some time, he insists he is not one of the 'sheeple!'
If the fight against online piracy involves winning the hearts and minds of the general public, then I despair for the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand.
A report that big businesses in New Zealand have come together in secret to develop security standards raises the question: does secrecy over security actually make you safer?
New Zealand has taken a major push toward e-government this week; millions took part, and they probably did not realise it.
March has barely begun, but a couple of stories highlight not only the growing maturity and mainstreaming of ecommerce, but also further confirmation that technology offers rich opportunities for talented young New Zealanders.
Vodafone is out in front in New Zealand's 4G race, but it will not be all smooth sailing.
Both sides of New Zealand politics are to blame for the environment that Telecom NZ now operates in.
Of all the companies in the ICT sector known for having a good reputation, IBM is one of the leaders. But this week, the giant tripped up in New Zealand.
It took the dastardly Telecom New Zealand to come up with a realistic plan working with Vodafone NZ and Telstra to finally deliver on this long awaited cable project.
New Zealand's boys in blue have been armed with iPhones and iPads in an initiative designed to save time and money.