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The LinkSpace® solution suite includes Tag and Connect™ desktop and Found Engine® server technologies which work together to allow you to quickly link and retrieve related information. 

Tag and Connect™

LinkSpace Tag and Connect™ desktop productivity software provides the user interface for your Found Engine®.  The Tag and Connect™ download is available to Found Engine® subscribers at no charge.

 Using a convenient Tag and Connect function, users can link related customer correspondence, Web sites, presentations, e-mail, documents and spreadsheets — no matter where they’re stored — on your company’s network or the Internet. You can even use Tag and Connect™ to publish and link comments and files — in any format — to any page on the Web.

In addition, Tag and Connect™ is working in the background to retrieve related content every time a user opens a document

Tag and Connect software seamlessly integrates with Microsoft® Office applications. You can continue to create, file, edit and process documents exactly as you do now.

 

LinkSpace Found Engines®

Found Engines™ let communities of users better organize and access related information. The flexible service oriented architecture of our solution suite allows a user to simultaneously retrieve related information for any document they view on the network from multiple Found Engines®

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Disclaimer: Each user of LinkSpace, LLC's software is solely responsible for the content he or she publishes using such software. LinkSpace, LLC does not monitor content published with its software. Linked material may not be the property of the party who created the link or who created the website where the link relationship was presented.