Articles By Paul Brislen

It’s the smaller disasters that matter

It’s the smaller disasters that matter

Mention disaster recovery to most businesses and they automatically start to think about power failures, earthquakes or some kind of...

September 15th, 2005 Paul Brislen
New Zealand mobile market set for shake-up

New Zealand mobile market set for shake-up

New Zealand's mobile telecommunications market is set to be reshaped in the coming weeks as TelstraClear prepares to announce its...

July 27th, 2005 Paul Brislen
NZ telcos may work together to avoid outages

NZ telcos may work together to avoid outages

New Zealand's telecommunications industry has spent quite some time over the past fortnight debating how best to avoid a repeat...

July 6th, 2005 Paul Brislen
Scots blast the BBC

Scots blast the BBC

They take their weather very seriously in Scotland, as the BBC is finding out after the launch of its New...

June 9th, 2005 Paul Brislen
Telecom NZ gets some broadband competition

Telecom NZ gets some broadband competition

Vector Ltd. has finally shown its hand in the broadband business market with an aggressive offering designed to steal customers...

April 25th, 2005 Paul Brislen
Urban WiMax trail coming to New Zealand

Urban WiMax trail coming to New Zealand

New Zealand wireless network operator Broadcast Communications Ltd. (BCL) is to trial a WiMax network targeting urban centers. The move...

April 12th, 2005 Paul Brislen
New Zealand gov’t hopes others will copy antispam bill

New Zealand gov’t hopes others will copy antispam bill

New Zealand's Minister of Communications, David Cunliffe, hopes his soon-to-be-introduced antispam bill will be the foundation of an international antispam...

February 28th, 2005 Paul Brislen
WORLDBEAT : NZ telecoms users get a ‘slap in the face’

WORLDBEAT : NZ telecoms users get a ‘slap in the face’

Responses to the New Zealand government's decision not to unbundle the local telecommunications loop have been swift and condemning. TelstraClear,...

May 20th, 2004 Paul Brislen
Carriers rubbish U.S. call termination report

Carriers rubbish U.S. call termination report

Both Telecom New Zealand Ltd. and Vodafone Mobile New Zealand Ltd. are rubbishing a U.S. report that says New Zealand...

April 15th, 2004 Paul Brislen
Could N.Z. become a spam haven?

Could N.Z. become a spam haven?

New Zealand has rocketed to become the third-largest producer of spam in the region, according to anti-spam company Brightmail Inc....

April 11th, 2004 Paul Brislen