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ACCAN stresses need for Fletcher to focus on affordable broadband

27 May 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

Australians need to have access to affordable broadband and voice services, the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network, Australia's peak body…

Spirit Telecom wins new $1.1 million contract with Victorian Government

27 May 2019 in Government Tech Policy

Internet service provider Spirit Telecom has signed a second million-dollar deal with the Victorian State Government to deliver super-fast Internet,…

Vocus gets A$3.3b takeover offer from Swedish equity firm

27 May 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

Australia's fourth largest telecommunications company Vocus Communications has advised the ASX that it has received an indicative takeover offer from…

Fletcher must take politics out of comms portfolio: Budde

27 May 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

Newly appointed Communications Minister Paul Fletcher must ensure that he takes the politics out of the portfolio and ensure that…

Digital ‘giants’ buy-up of start-ups poses challenges for merger laws, says ACCC chair

27 May 2019 in Technology Regulation

Competition regulators world-wide are grappling with the rise of dominant digital platforms like Facebook and Google, and are debating whether…

New comms minister Fletcher says completing NBN rollout a priority

26 May 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

Newly appointed Communications Minister Paul Fletcher says one of his key priorities will be completing the rollout of the national…

New China cyber security law could be used to block US firms

26 May 2019 in Government Tech Policy

China has unveiled new cyber security regulations calling for "secure and controllable" technology in its networks, raising the possibility that…

Vodafone, TPG begin court action to get merger approval

25 May 2019 in Telecoms & NBN

Vodafone Hutchison Australia and TPG Telecom have taken action in the Federal Court, seeking orders that the proposed merger between…

Trump indicates Huawei a pawn in US-China trade deal

24 May 2019 in Government Tech Policy

US President Donald Trump has hinted at what some observers have been saying all along – that Chinese telecommunications equipment…

Bitcoin creator allegedly unmasked

24 May 2019 in Market

For 11 years, bitcoin enthusiasts have wondered just who in the world the enigmatic founder Satoshi Nakamoto is. A US…

Sydney gets new ticketing system for driverless trains

24 May 2019 in Market

Advanced ticketing technology to cater for driverless trains has been installed on Sydney’s metro train system which opens on 26…

auDA investigating company.com.au name, but does not say why

24 May 2019 in Strategy

The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, has confirmed to iTWire that it is investigating…

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Smartphone users put eye-health at risk: survey

27 May 2019 in Market

Australian smartphone users are putting their health – particularly eye health – at great risk through their “obsessive” use and…

Qualcomm, Lenovo collaborate to claim ‘world first’ 5G PC launch

27 May 2019 in Market

Qualcomm and Lenovo have collaborated to claim a world first launch of a 5G powered PC.

RXP Group strengthens board with Fitzpatrick appointment

27 May 2019 in People Moves

Australian-listed digital services consultancy RXP Group has appointed Adrian Fitzpatrick as a non-executive director.

Kleos Space, Rocket Lab prepare for Scouting Mission satellites launch

27 May 2019 in Space

Luxembourg-based satellite technology company Kleos Space has confirmed an August launch of its Scouting Mission satellites on a Rocket Lab…

Reuters' bid to cast Turnbull as hero in 5G drama strains credulity

27 May 2019 in Open Sauce

Anonymous sources close to former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull appear to be trying to promote him as a tech…

Telstra warned for breaking rules on mobile base stations

27 May 2019 in Mobility

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has formally warned Telstra over non-compliance with the rules governing the deployment of mobile…

auDA loses auhq domain meant for rebranding

27 May 2019 in Strategy

The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, has lost its auhq.com.au domain name which was…

Unlockd withdraws case against Google, told to pay costs

27 May 2019 in Strategy

An Australian mobile rewards platform has withdrawn a case it filed against Google for alleged anti-competitive conduct due to lack…

Aruba deploys solutions to help Presbyterian Ladies College with NAPLAN testing

27 May 2019 in Deals

Melbourne’s Presbyterian Ladies College has chosen User Experience Insight solutions from network solutions provider Aruba to continuously monitor its network…

Review – Stellar Data Recovery Premium

26 May 2019 in Software

No matter how careful we are, there will undoubtedly be a time we need to recover a deleted or damaged…

Accenture says it intends to apply for dismissal of Hertz case

26 May 2019 in Enterprise Solutions

Business process outsourcing provider Accenture has indicated it plans to file for dismissal of the claims made against it by…

AMD says its processors are 'a safe and reliable choice for govt and business'

26 May 2019 in Government Tech Policy

With Intel's processors in the news since January 2018 over CPU flaws, it should come as no surprise to see…

Don't miss 5G Summit - Sydney - June 2019

24 May 2019 in Business Telecommunications

SPONSORED NEWS. The 5G Business Summit 2019 takes place 25-27 June at SMC Conference & Function Centre in Sydney. The…

After one year, GDPR slowly gaining wider acceptance

24 May 2019 in Technology Regulation

A year on from becoming the guiding standard for data handling in Europe, the General Data Protection Regulation is slowly…

QUT launches graduate course in data, new technology law

24 May 2019 in Education

Queensland University of Technology has launched Australia’s first Graduate Certificate in Data and New Technology Law which the university says…

‘Network nasties’ number one frustration for Australian IT managers: survey

24 May 2019 in Market

Around six in ten Australian IT administrators are frustrated by unexpected network issues in the workplace, and just more than one third feel…

Nokia, U Mobile ink agreement on Malaysian network deployment

23 May 2019 in Deals

Nokia and U Mobile have signed a three-year contract to deploy a Nokia Single Radio Access Network network, as well…

Tquila ANZ appoints new professional services chief

23 May 2019 in People Moves

IT solutions company Tquila ANZ has appointed 22-year IT industry veteran Andrew Burgess as the director of professional services.


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Lookeen 8 accelerates Outlook E-mail Search

By Stephanie Zimmermann

New generation of the popular Outlook add-on released

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Karlsruhe, 12th May 2012 - Released at the end of April by the Karlsruhe-based company Axonic, Lookeen 8 is the latest generation of the renowned Outlook add-on. This Outlook search tool effectively manages e-mail chaos with new indexing strategies, such as Hybrid indexing, and provides advanced features for use within companies.

Integrated real-time indexing

What was produced in Lookeen 3.7 beta is now an integral part of Lookeen 8: the real-time indexing allows the immediate synchronization of Lookeen indexes. New e-mails, moved folders, and deleted data is immediately detected and updated by Lookeen in the index, without compromising computing power. "A typical example from your work life: an employee creates and saves a bill to the network," said CEO Martin Welker. "Thanks to Lookeen, all other employees can search and find that same file, in real-time!”

New group policies

The Lookeen Business and Enterprise Editions, with centralized management capabilities, facilitate both company-wide license key distribution and the administration of installation rollout across the entire company. For this purpose, the functionality of Group Policy has been significantly extended. IT administrators are also provided with ADM files and a comprehensive GPO-Guide. The Enterprise Edition can also use and search additional external indexes.

Free Trial

Since its release in January 2008, more than 20,000 Outlook users and businesses in over 80 countries have purchased Lookeen. Lookeen has twice won (in 2010 and 2011) the coveted Reader’s Choice Award ‘Outlook add-on of the Year’ from the U.S. website about.com. The full version of Lookeen 8 can now be tested free of charge, for a two-week period. To download Lookeen for Windows, go to www.lookeen.net

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