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 of LinkFixer Advanced 4.0 with support for fixing broken links in Microsoft OneNote and Microsoft Project files.
The 4.0 release also adds support for the latest version of several additional file types including Microsoft Visio and Adobe InDesign.
“Our customers depend on us to protect and fix their links,” says Ed Clark, Chief Operating Officer. “When we find that our customers have a need for additional file types and other special requests, we respond quickly. Our product is constantly being improved.”
In a 2016 analysis, Vision Solutions reported that almost half of global IT leaders experienced a migration failure, and that the percentage of organizations that had a migration failure increased by more than 20 percent between 2014 and 2015. One of the causes of data migration failure is broken file links. Any time a file is moved or renamed, links can be broken. This is especially a problem for data migration, which can involve terabytes or petabytes of data and thousands or millions of broken links.
LinkFixer Advanced software can protect file links before they’re broken, and fix them after files have been moved or renamed. Supported file types include Microsoft Office 365 tools such as: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Visio, and now OneNote and Project. LinkFixer Advanced also supports fixing broken file links in ASP, ASPX, CSS, JS, Adobe Acrobat PDF, AutoCAD, MicroStation, InDesign, PageMaker, and HTML.
Microsoft OneNote and Project are part of Microsoft Office 365, which now has over 85 million monthly users. OneNote is used to enable collaboration and idea sharing and can be used with PCs, tablets, IOS, Android and on the web. Project is Microsoft’s latest update to its powerful project management tool which now works both on premise and in the cloud.