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Practical IPv6 for Government

The NZ IPv6 Task Force is pleased to announce the “Practical IPv6 for Government” conference on 23 February 2012 hosted by the New Zealand IPv6 Task Force in collaboration with the Department of Internal Affairs and facilitated by InternetNZ. We are inviting those working in ICT in central or local Government or who supply services […]

Pushing it uphill with IPv6

Australian Internet service provider (ISP) Internode has given a shot in the arm to those of us promoting use of the next generation of Internet technology, Internet Protocol version 6. We need IPv6 to ensure all our computers and devices can readily communicate with each other. It provides for a massive number of direct addresses, like individual […]

Build up of activity

There were indications at the August Task Force meeting of a build up of momentum  around IPv6 activity in New Zealand. The IPv6 Survey of the top 100 CIOs being undertaken by InternetNZ has received a stronger response than the inaugral survey last year. At the time of the meeting 36 had been received from […]

Getting started – a guide for those considering action

If your organisation is looking to adopt IPv6 the first steps can be difficult, particularly when the benefits are unclear and/or there is limited understanding of either the underlying requirements and possible solution(s). In many cases it could just be about identifying a pathway forward. Here is a suggested approach to get your initiative underway: