By Mitch Clarke, Marketing — Basketball is the talk of the town as March Madness approaches, but everything may come crashing down as the result of an FBI investigation into NCAA bribes. Last fall began a deep look into how certain program coaches were recruiting their star players. Betraying Collegiate Trust Since the ...
February 20, 2018WebKeeper
By Julio Vasquez, Marketing — Every year, recruiters and managers spend a great deal of time and effort to bring the “best” people into their companies; at least that’s what they’re hoping to achieve. By hiring the right person for a job, a company can set itself in a really good ...
February 16, 2018WebKeeper
By Kaiden Waldram, Marketing — It seems like everyone would love to go to the Super Bowl, but tickets are extremely expensive and near impossible to get. The Super Bowl is one of the biggest, if not the biggest event of the football year, and even people who don’t like football ...
February 12, 2018WebKeeper
By Lydia Richins, Marketing — You’re in a rush and you’re hungry. One (or two) hamburgers later and you’re on the road off to your next appointment. How would it take for you to realize that your credit card is missing? Minutes? Hours? Days? Perhaps once you realized the mistake, you’d ...
February 5, 2018WebKeeper
By Mitch Clarke, Marketing — Nobody likes feeling exposed, but last year’s Equifax hack sure left a lot of people feeling vulnerable. The truth of the matter is this: hackers may already have your information. As a result, they could also have your tax return going into their bank account. The IRS ...
January 31, 2018WebKeeper
By Lydia Richins, Marketing — Never-ending Accusations Every day new allegations emerge. News from Hollywood flashes names like Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein. Shouts of “Me Too” ring though the internet. Washington is no less stained from such accusations. We all want it to stop. We want good people protected and defended, ...
January 25, 2018WebKeeper
By Ashley Mazerolle, Marketing — Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino, the party-guy from MTV’s reality show, Jersey Shore, is set to plead guilty to tax fraud charges. He is facing up to 15 years for not paying federal income tax owed on $9 million dollars. Alongside him, his brother Marc is also ...
January 18, 2018WebKeeper
By Sam Smith Jr., Marketing — Cold feet are commonly associated with marriage, which is a huge commitment. Some potential police officers in Albuquerque, New Mexico are also getting cold feet when it comes to taking a test. So much in fact that more than two-thirds of police applicants simply don’t ...
January 11, 2018WebKeeper
By Joshlin Sheridan, Marketing — Artificial intelligence (A.I.) is changing the way that we interact with the world. 50 years ago, it would have been unheard of to ask a personal assistant in your phone for directions to work or to ask a cylinder in your living room for a weather ...
January 5, 2018WebKeeper
By Joshlin Sheridan, Marketing — The world of technology is transforming how crimes are committed . . . and solved. Mobile devices allow for an increase in cybercrimes and rapid communication between criminals. However, these same devices can also provide the vital evidence that investigators need to crack cases. Technology to ...
December 29, 2017WebKeeper
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