Version 2.8.7 Released

The following features are now live for all SmartCompliance users. Please reply with any questions or concerns. Thank you for your continued business and feedback!  Projects A Projects menu has been added that allows users to create Project groups for issuing COIs and have the option to display the designated project on the generated COI. […]

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Risk Technology of the Week: Police Tech for Car Chases

When faced with a criminal who is trying to outrun the law, the police have two choices. They can initiate a high speed chase, which kills hundreds of innocent third parties every year, or slow down to a safer speed, but risk losing the criminal as a result. A new police gadget being tested could […]

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Risk Technology of the Week: Making Pay-As-You-Drive Auto Insurance Possible

Auto insurance rates based on the amount you drive? The startup company MetroMile has designed an insurance plan with city dwellers in mind. “‘People living in cities often drive less than half the national average. Insurance can be the majority of their cost of operating a car,’ said Steve Pretre, CEO of MetroMile, in a […]

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IDS CompMark Claims Data Benchmarking System is Outstanding Idea, Long Overdue

JBKnowledge, makers of SmartCompliance are proud to be the developers of CompMark in partnership with Safety National and Insurance Data Services. Learn more about our role in the project and expertise in the risk management industry here : IDS CompMark Case Study Published on WorkersCompensation.com By Robert Wilson 11/07/2013 Several of us in the workers’ comp […]

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Six Time Aggie 100 Honoree JBKnowledge Technologies, Inc. Continues the Tradition of Excellence in the Technology Industry

College Station, Texas (PRWEB) October 31, 2013 In his dorm room, during his final year at Texas A&M in 2001, James Benham established JB Knowledge Technologies, Inc. Twelve years later, the company has now expanded into a leading information technology services provider and created the SmartBidNet, SmartCompliance, and SmartReality cloud and mobile solutions. The 9th Annual Aggie 100 Event hosted nearly 700 […]

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Risk Technology of the Week: Crash Preventing Motorcycle Helmets

There is a futuristic motorcycle helmet in the works that will put innovative technology to work as a safety feature. This technology will be a head-up display (HUD) integrated seamlessly into the lower right corner of the helmet visor, and will transmit useful information and alternate points of view to the motorcyclist. “The Skully P1 […]

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Risk Technology of the Week: The New $100 Bill

Theres a new $100 bill in the US that fights crime (and by crime, we mean counterfeit money). The new bill was released earlier this month and includes new security features to lower our risk of encountering fake money. Because the $100 bill is the most counterfeited US bill outside of the country, advances in […]

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Risk Technology of the Week: The Combination Mobile Charger and Malware Scanner

Every electronic device runs the risk of a security breach, especially when so much personal data is being stored in one place. Most people who own smartphones have no idea how to prevent their data from intrusion, or keep malware off of their device. The Skorpion phone charger might soon be able to solve to […]

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Risk Technology of the Week: Personal JetPacks

Yes, you read that title right. Personal vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircrafts, more commonly known as ‘jet packs’, have long been an obsession in the science fiction community. Now, thanks to Martin Aircraft Company in New Zealand, a technology that was once thought to be a product of the distant future is now quickly becoming […]

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Risk Technology of the Week: Reducing Contamination in Fukushima

Recently, there has been talk of radioactive water leakage from the Fukushima nuclear power plant, which exploded back in 2011, into the ocean off the coast of Japan. The Japanese government issued a statement earlier this month about a promising new technology that will allow them to contain the “300 tons of radioactive water per […]

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Risk Technology of the Week: Apple’s Use of Biometric Identification

There is a lot of hype surrounding the biometric recognition feature on the newly released iPhone 5s, but for good reason. Millions of people trust Apple to safeguard their personal information every day. Where would your fingerprint be stored? Could this become an unintentional database of millions of thumbprints for hackers to access? The concern […]

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