Welcome to the latest edition of the In Brief blog. We’re here to bring you all the latest information and updates from the N4L team.

On the 2 July we celebrated our 10th anniversary! Over this time 100% of eligible schools and kura have been connected to the internet through our Managed Network. We now connect, protect and support over 840,000 ākonga and kaiako which couldn’t have been achieved without the passion of everyone involved including our wonderful kura. We can’t wait to see what the next 10 years brings. Read all about it on the new webpage here.

If you haven’t already heard, we’ve started to roll out our new Email Protection solution that will offer you a greater level of security against cyber threats. Fully funded by the Ministry of Education, this solution provides a greater level of protection from spam and phishing attacks. To find out more read below.

And lastly, thank you to everyone who took the time to complete our Touchpoint survey. We really appreciate the time you’ve taken to provide feedback. Congratulations to the 10 winning schools who will be receiving a $500 prezzy card each! Your School Relationship Manager will be in touch if they haven’t been already.

Simple tips to help protect your school

Check out our latest blog on how to avoid security risks and actions we all can take to fight against them

How ransomware affects schools and what to do about it

Learn what to look out for and how to minimise the risks. Check out the latest blog from the wonderful Bill Bennett

First school in New Zealand connected to Hyperfibre

Wellington College is the first to receive ultra-fast fibre improving their ability to learn, teach and work

Most remote schools in NZ connected to 4G

Chatham Islands schools now have access to a more reliable internet connection

website hits blocked
security threats blocked
website data usage
The above statistics are for Term 1 2022

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