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LinkTek is the premier link-rescue company that offers the top of the line program, LinkFixer Advanced. In the same amount of time it takes a person to find and fix a single broken file link, LinkFixer Advanced can fix about 6,000. Our purpose is to create a world without broken links.

Personally Identifiable Information 101: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Business and Employees

By | July 10th, 2017|Blog|

Imagine this. Your company falls victim to a phishing scam and every single one of your employees’ W2s are compromised. You wake up to find out that you’re being sued to the tune of millions of dollars by virtually every employee on your payroll. The lawsuit states negligent business practices [...]

IT Research: Are Your Users Driving You Crazy?

By | June 20th, 2017|Blog|

“You did what? What kind of idiot would do that?!” Keith’s fervent desire was to yell obscenities at the company executive on the other end of the phone line. No one would blame him, right? The user was 3,000 miles away from the office, using Wi-Fi to connect [...]

IT Professionals: Do This One Trick and Never Worry About Broken File Links Again

By | June 8th, 2017|Blog|

Broken file links result in lost data, downtime, frustrated users and angry bosses. A user screaming, “my links aren’t working” is one of those unexpected emergency calls that take up your time and attention. Users set up complex interaction between files, such as Excel files that pull [...]

LinkFixer Advanced Now Supports Microsoft OneNote and Project Files

By | April 25th, 2017|Blog|

LinkFixer Advanced is patented software which protects file links and automatically fixes broken links after files are moved or renamed. (Clearwater, Florida, USA) May 4, 2017 — LinkTek Corporation, the world’s leading provider of data migration software solutions that automate the management and repair of file links, today announced the release [...]

How Data Migrations Cause Costly Broken Links

By | March 30th, 2017|Blog|

Data migration, or the movement of data between formats and systems, is a complicated and involved process for companies. Unfortunately, it’s also a common one. Over 60 percent of enterprise-level IT projects are data migrations, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC). While necessary and common, this process can [...]

File Links Already Broken? How to Use LinkFixer Advanced’s Modify Links Feature

By | March 21st, 2017|Blog|

Let's say you moved a terabyte of data to a brand-new server and afterwards notice that you have about half-a-million broken file links. What do you do? LinkFixer Advanced offers patented technology that could have protected your links before they were broken, so that they can be [...]

The Costs of Network Downtime

By | January 24th, 2017|Blog|

In a survey of 200 companies, more than $26.5 billion in revenue is lost each year from system downtime. The most concerning part of this trend is the fact that most of these system errors were entirely preventable. System downtime plans and methods to avoid downtime are still rare to find [...]

Cloud Security Threats – Five Reasons You Should Be More Diligent Than Ever

By | January 5th, 2017|Blog|

Cloud Security Threats – Five Reasons You Should Be More Diligent Than Ever “My data is 100% safe and secure in the cloud”, said no one ever, except possibly the slick brochure from the cloud service provider. McAfee Labs report entitled “2017 Threats Predictions” focuses largely [...]

LinkTek’s LinkFixer Advanced Software Uses Multiple Processing Threads to Fix Broken Links Even Faster

By | December 27th, 2016|Press|

LinkFixer Advanced 3.5 offers double the speed of any previous release and new features, enabling IT departments to fix broken links after data migration and server upgrades even faster than before, saving significant time and money. Clearwater, Florida, USA — LinkTek Corporation, the world’s leading provider of data [...]

Rogue Users and Shadow IT

By | November 29th, 2016|Blog|

According to mobile document vendor, harmon.ie, the winner of their contest on “Rogue IT” horror stories was an unnamed Macbook owner who, frustrated by the absence of wi-fi in his company, decided to “solve” the problem by bringing in his own wireless router. It was one of those routers that [...]