Newest Release of LinkFixer Advanced Automatically Fixes Broken Links in Files Moved to OpenText Content Server.

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA — LinkTek Corporation, the world’s leading provider of data migration software solutions that automate the management and repair of file links, announces the latest release of their LinkFixer Advanced software. This newest release allows IT and Information Management professionals to move files into OpenText Content Server and automatically fix broken links, thereby helping to avoid data loss during the migration process. (Visit our page.)

“If you really want to screw up an otherwise successful file migration into the OpenText Content Server, just ignore the links. You’ll probably get a support call from every single person in your organization who works with files containing links, including your boss, complaining about missing data. This can be a hidden problem that IT and Records Management professionals may not think of prior to the migration,” said Rick Crites, VP for Technology at LinkTek.

“But now that we support the latest version of OpenText, broken links is one less thing you have to worry about if you are moving files into OpenText. We frequently get calls from IT managers or Records Management personnel who were scrambling to keep their jobs after a migration to content management systems, such as OpenText, simply because they had no way to preserve the links in their files and maintain data integrity. Now, we can help them.”

Using patented technology, LinkFixer Advanced can move files into OpenText and the links in the files are simultaneously corrected. LinkFixer Advanced can also fix broken links automatically even if the files are moved into OpenText using RoboCopy or some other method. LinkFixer Advanced automatically repairs broken links in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Acrobat PDF, AutoCAD, MicroStation, InDesign, PageMaker, HTML and other files when they are moved into OpenText or when they are broken for any other reason.

For more information about LinkFixer Advanced, please visit LinkTek’s Web site at www.LinkTek.com, call 727-442-1822.

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