June is National Safety Month. Join the National Safety Council (NSC) and thousands of other organizations across the country as we all work together to raise awareness of what it takes to Keep Each Other Safe. Observed annually in June, National Safety Month focuses on reducing the leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in […]
We had a client recently ask if it was necessary to use our system with ID cards. Perhaps you have the same question—the answer is that it is absolutely not necessary. But, a quick view of our site and its images would suggest that we place high value in the ID card part of our service. This is true.
So, if […]
We are pleased to announce the release of a new feature to the C.V.S. service, which allows you to display additional supporting details about a specific credential. When created, any credential can now contain information on:
The “Issuing Authority”, ie the training organization where the credential was earned
“Notes” containing additional information, such as a license number, or the specific type […]
Clients often ask us our recommendation for the best QR Code Reader app. For years, we have recommended i-nigma, which is free and available on all platforms. It is extremely fast and reliable, and offers just the features required by CVS users.
Lucas over at www.uqr.me has published a list of “The 11 Best QR Code Reader Apps for […]
InstantCard has been working with one of the world’s leading manufacturers of silicone wristbands to develop an exciting new way to access training records. We are now able to print unique QR codes directly on long-lasting, comfortable bracelets. In an industry first, we created this unique option to expand the usability of the Credential Verification Service to a […]
At CVS we’re all about safety and security. And, additionally, we happen to have quite a few Linux machines at the office. So, the following was of extreme interest to us; and, perhaps, will be to you as well.
According to The Hacker News, a new version of KillDisk ransomeware targets linux computers. In case you were unaware, ransomeware is a […]
Recently, I was at a holiday party with a bunch of people whom I had never met before. So, naturally, I asked generic questions like “what do you do?” One guy responded with “I’m a construction manager.”
“Really?!” I asked as though he had just told me that he was Santa himself—we had just finished creating a new landing page for […]
At the heart of the Credential Verification Service are the plastic, credit card-style ID badges on which is printed each QR code. After all, CVS was born from InstantCard—America’s first 100% cloud-based ID card service. (Read more about our story.)
Well, InstantCard just released a new video introducing its service. And since much of it pertains to our clients as well, […]
We created CVS as a way to increase work site security through mobile technology. Because of this, we’re not only interested in keeping up with happenings in the construction industry, but also in keeping up with the ever shifting trends on the technological horizon. Naturally, something like the recent Samsung Galaxy Note 7 crisis raises alarms for us. But, perhaps […]
In honor of labor day, we decided to present you with some Labor Day facts.
But, this is CVS, so we encoded them in QR codes, of course.
(These were taken from this Forbes article, but what’s the fun in reading them directly. Happy scanning!)
One of the biggest reasons we developed the Credential Verification Service was to make the workplace more secure. […]