THE FUTURE OF POLICING USING PRE-CRIME TECHNOLOGY
When it comes to today's technology, science fiction rarely remains fiction long. With pre-crime technology, law enforcement is poised to leap into the 21st century with data-driven, predictive policing.
It's His Business To Know You
How ironic: The more our lives are digitally documented, the easier it is to phony up our online profile. For businesses needing to separate fiction from fact, there's KENTECH Consulting Inc.
These mobile apps and sites give an edge to anyone entering the workforce or seeking a new job
Background checks are becoming more common in the hiring process. eKnowID allows users to do background checks on themselves so they are aware of how they will appear to hiring managers. The company believes that such information should be available to individuals as well as corporations. U.S. background checks are completed within 72 hours and international checks take about 2 weeks.
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With data sources riddled with outdated and inaccurate information, it’s imperative to be informed. eKnowID has successfully created a way to provide peace of mind to recent graduates and job seekers—at least when it comes to background checks. I’ll be having a daughter soon, and it’s comforting to know that it will be easier to do background checks on her boyfriends in the future.
Why You Should Background Check Your Business Partner
It's imperative to perform a due diligence check before entering into any business relationship—especially for an entrepreneur. Doing a background check on a potential partner or co-founder, while unorthodox, could bring to light small issues that could be resolved with a bit of honest dialogue. However, it can also reveal larger issues that should never be ignored.
Should You Run a Background Check Before Looking For a Job?
With social media everywhere, it’s easy to imagine you can pick and choose what you want employers to see. As long as you clean up your Facebook wall and delete that late-night Twitter post, you’ll be fine, right?