Haere mai. Kia ora koutou. Welcome to APRICOT 2016. We hope you have a great week in Auckland, New Zealand!
With the stewardship of IANA’s naming and addressing responsibilities under discussion, Paul Wilson explains the important, fundamental differences between these critical Internet resources.
Our security specialist, Adli Wahid, looks ahead to the activities that APNIC is planning with the security community in 2016.
For the final post in this series, we return to the idea that the Internet is not just helping New Zealand to retain talent, but is helping it attract talent to its shores.
Ellen Strickland explains why NZ’s successful NetHui is not your standard Internet conference.
Geoff Huston participated at the recent NANOG 66 conference and CAIDA Active Internet Measurement Systems (AIMS) workshop.
Keith Davidson recounts how embracing the Internet helped him turn a regional NZ newspaper into a thriving online publisher and ISP.
We’ve been fortunate to host Sandra Brás, RIPE NCCs E-Learning Program Manager, who has been sharing her experience with us to help APNIC’s trainers improve our training program.
Paul Wilson and Izumi Okutani update us on IANA Stewardship Transition Proposal, which they will both discuss at APRICOT 2016.
Today’s NZSeries post looks at Frank March’s efforts to develop and sustain an environment for the Internet to grow in NZ with minimal government regulation.