Internet-hosted applications, commonly referred to as cloud computing, are poised to be technology's next "big thing," revolutionizing the way that businesses store and access information. With applications that cater to of bevy of functions, experts are predicting that 20 percent of what we do in IT will be hosted or "in the cloud" by 2013. HT de-clouds the hosted Web-service mystery to reveal what it is, and how hotels and restaurants can leverage this technology to promote efficiency and cost savings.
Point of sale terminals may be the brains of the POS, but the peripherals are the true workhorses, interacting with humans to collect and deliver essential transactional data. HT delivers a round-up of the latest PIN Pads, printers, scanners and more.
The quick service restaurant chain specializing in natural frozen yogurt has committed to Intura Vision and Intura Enterprise as their corporate standard for all future store openings.
Great Wolf Resorts is able to keep its beverage variances in check thanks to Capton's RFID-enabled beverage tracking solution.
Ben & Jerry's Scoop Shops will deploy MICROS's e7 POS and mymicros.net enterprise business intelligence in all its U.S. and Canadian locations over the next 18 months.
PAYware PC version 1.0.4 includes a number of new features such as added support for payment processing networks, updated certifications for Elavon and more.
The Wendy's located in Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport has rolled out a variety of solution from WAND that allows for the complete control over prices, configurations and digital content.
Upon opening in August 2009, Rivers Casino will utilize NEXTEP SYSTEMS' Casino Express kiosk solution to automate its buffet dining.
Dinerware adds Bixolon Samsung mini printers to its list of certified POS hardware solutions.
Pogo Corporation will debut its mobile technology solution that puts restaurants in constant contact with their customers at the National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago.