A Windows software package patterned after the British MI5 Secret
Service's "registry" has been developed called The Basement Archives.
The MI5 Registry stores dossiers, reports, analysis, transcripts, etc.
Indices cross-reference the information such that a researcher can
draw conclusions about the subject at hand.
The Basement Archives' design goal was to create a secure software
search and retrieval system that will catalog and cross-reference
related "case" information and aid in the solving of crimes.
Users will easily create hypertext jump cross-references between
related records. Users will be able to follow the links through
the database, or be able to search for configured key-words or by
full-text. Users, data records and the system will have configurable
security attributes. Data is stored encrypted. A client-server
architecture will be used for fast high-volume data retrieval.
The software is useful for research by journalists, lawyers
and law enforcement, private investigating agencies, news agencies,
human resource consultants, programmers, etc. Companies and
organizations will also find the software useful to place policy and
procedures on-line, and to create help desks, computer-based
training (CBT) references and knowledge-bases.
The software development cycle is finished, and has been in
alpha testing in a large corporate environment for seven months.
A beta-test cycle is now being conducted.
For more information and to freely download the software, please
visit The Basement Archives Home Page:
Robert Schoolfield roberts@...
Colorado Springs CO USA
"When I found the skull in the woods, the first thing I did was call the
police. But then I got curious about it. I picked it up, and started
wondering who this person was, and why he had deer horns."
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