In 2020 telecommunications played a bigger role in lives than ever before. With the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdown periods, we heavily relied on our phones to connect, work and play. Even before the pandemic, we adopted new digital ways of doing things. Thinking back to the latter part of 2019, many households streamed Rugby World Cup games online. Now, more than ever, we depend on telecommunication services.
Are you the type of person that is interested in creating an environment where all your devices interact seamlessly with each other and are interconnected? Do you have the knowledge to create your own ecosystem? This article will help outline some of the key ideas you will need to think about when you start building your smart home.
We are in the age of superfast internet and once it is delivered to your home new versions of ‘Wireless Fidelity’ will allow you to access those speeds wirelessly. Wi-Fi 6 is the latest version of Wi-Fi technology available.
What is it and how is it different from another Wi-Fi?
The TDR scheme is mandatory for Telecommunications Forum (TCF) members and voluntary for non-TCF members. The TDR scheme covers most telecommunications providers in New Zealand (over 95% by revenue share). Here are some stats that will inform you about our industry at this moment in time (the statistics below are from January to June 2020).
With over 3.5 billion smartphone users and 4.5 billion mobile phone users overall, 60% of the world’s population have mobile phones. With over 7.8 billion people in the world there are 10 billion mobile connections (communications between a mobile device and a cell tower), more than people in the world. Securing your mobile device is extremely important, as most of us have one and use it everyday.
Often overlooked, your computer is a crucial part of your security plan. Sometimes even the smallest tweak to your laptop, desktop computer or tablet can be the difference between your security being compromised or not.
In the second article in our security tips series, we take you through some of the do’s and don’ts of social media channels. In this article we discuss everything from fake profiles, security settings, login information and more.
Updated 31 August
Alert Level 2
TDR remains open for business.
You can continue to get in touch with our team as usual – by phone, email and using our online forms
We can use videoconferencing and online meeting platforms to deliver our services
All planned mediations and adjudications will proceed.
While we are at Alert Level 2, we ask any visitors to be mindful of the public health requirements.