Jeremy Burrows, New Zealand Rugby Union – Wellington
Jeremy Burrows discusses the outcomes the New Zealand Rugby Union has seen from being an early adopter of cloud and how it enables its people to work from anywhere.
He also shares how fast broadband allows the NZRU to distribute information and content to its stakeholders.
Key topics: Cloud Computing
, Modern Workspace
Graeme Sinclair, Te Omanga Hospice - Wellington
Graeme Sinclair outlines the benefits Te Omanga Hospice gained from its online patient management system and hosted network platform, shared with another hospice.
Peter Ford, Dunedin International Airport - Dunedin
Peter Ford describes how Dunedin International Airport keeps the one million passengers travelling through its gates each year informed and connected.
Shane Hobson, Ultrafast Fibre - Hamilton
Shane Hobson discusses how Ultrafast Fibre is building a 3000km fibre network within just five years as part of the ultrafast broadband (UFB) initiative.
Aaron Overington, Spectrum Care - Auckland
Aaron Overington talks about how Spectrum Care uses technology like video meetings to help enrich the lives of the people in its care.
Bill Ruys, Kaipara District Council - Dargaville
Bill Ruys shares how regional councils use technology smartly and how faster connectivity will enable the uptake of collaboration tools.
Mark Brennan, Port Taranaki – New Plymouth
Mark Brennan shares why fibre will revolutionise backup and recovery tools, and managing network access for smartphones & tablets.
Jason Simons, Wanganui District Council - Wanganui
Jason Simons shares how Wanganui District Council has moved applications to the cloud and has driven demand for fibre in the region.
Claudio Ghirelli, Postie Plus Group - Christchurch
Claudio Ghirelli describes how on-demand computing and fast broadband enables Postie Plus Group to compete in the dynamic retail world.
Mike Helleur, Property Brokers - Palmerston North
Mike Helleur explains how Property Brokers has adopted technology like cloud applications and tablets to avoid the downturn.
Deidre Butler, AJ Hackett Bungy - Queenstown
Deidre Butler discusses the technology behind the company’s unique adventures and why faster broadband can boost New Zealand tourism.