CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA — LinkTek Corporation, the world’s leading provider of software solutions that automate the management and repair of links contained within a wide variety of popular file formats, announces the latest release of their LinkFixerPlus link maintenance and repair software.
The newest release allows IT personnel to move files into many prevalent document management systems and automatically fix broken links created in the process. (Visit https://www.LinkTek.com).
“This newest release of LinkFixerPlus provides the first automatic link repair solution for organizations who are implementing document management or enterprise content management systems that support the industry standard WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) protocol. IT professionals who are moving their organizations’ files into a DMS are running into a serious problem. Many files today have links to other files and these links typically break when the files are moved into a DMS. LinkFixerPlus fixes this problem of broken links automatically.” said Bruce Saliga, President of LinkTek.
“To date, the issue of embedded file links becoming broken when files are migrated into a DMS has been a problem without a solution and has resulted in slowed, delayed or even canceled implementations of document management systems within organizations. But now, for the first time, the new WebDAV-enabled LinkFixerPlus offers these organizations a timely, reliable and proven solution for the problem of fixing broken links in files that have been moved into DMS’s that are WebDAV capable.”
Using patented LinkFixerPlus, files can be moved into a WebDAV-capable DMS and the links in the files are simultaneously corrected. LinkFixerPlus can fix broken linksautomatically even if the files are moved into the DMS using Windows Explorer or some other method. LinkFixerPlus automatically repairs broken links when Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Acrobat PDF, AutoCAD, InDesign, PageMaker, HTML and other files are moved from a local network into a DMS such as Open Text’s Livelink, Microsoft’s SharePoint or EMC’s Documentum.
First introduced at the 2002 Internet World convention in New York City,LinkFixerPlus won the Best of Show award in the design category. Since that time,LinkFixerPlus has been favorably mentioned in: Cadalyst Magazine, eWeek, Redmond,Windows IT Pro, CNET radio, CNNfn, PC Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Computer World and The Wall Street Journal.
LinkTek’s patented product, LinkFixer Advanced, automatically finds and fixes broken links in an organization’s most critical file types so that migrations and file system reorganizations can be completed quickly, accurately and without causing lost data or lost productivity due to broken file links.
Headquartered in Clearwater, Florida, LinkTek Corporation provides the world’s leading solution for the management and automatic repair of file links found in today’s most common file formats. LinkTek’s purpose is to improve the lives of computer users, IT professionals, Records & Information Managers and CIOs by providing software that automatically repairs file links and also protects them from the effects of data migrations and user errors. For more information, visit www.linktek.com.
For immediate release
For more information about LinkFixer Advanced, please visit LinkTek’s wesite at www.LinkTek.com or call LinkTek at 727-442-1822.
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