Hospitality Technology surveyed its audience of IT professionals to determine how their companies are faring in 2010, and to pinpoint the technologies and initiatives that are top of mind for the year ahead. We also asked a select group of restaurant and hotel operators to provide detailed answers to some of our burning questions regarding customer engagement, Payment Card Industry standards and more.
From tableside and self-service solutions to password protection and data encryption technologies, HT rounds up the latest solutions that will help operators to combat hospitality hackers. Plus, learn the 15 most common ways that hackers infiltrate information technology systems.
A self-service tableside beer dispensing system enables Boston's Littlest Bar to limit waste while giving patrons more control over the pouring process.
The SB-9090 offers projected capacitive touch screen technology, simple hardware connectivity, an exchangeable hard drive, hidden cable compartment, an adjustable base, and customer display.
A deal between McDonald's and IBM will deliver a new cashless payment solution for 1,300 owned and franchised restaurants across the UK and Ireland.
The 50-unit Cincinnati-based franchisee has selected a number of kitchen management and point of sale technology solutions from Micros to expand operations and better serve customers.
Find out what the associated benefits are, as well as how Apple's iPod touch and iPhone are putting handhelds in an even brighter light.
The arm allows for economical and versatile configurations of LCD displays while cleaning up work space cabling and creating greater productivity.
The NCR RealPOS 40 and the NCR RealPOS 60, are compact in size, offer improved energy efficiency, and support multiple operating systems.
Learn how the Molson Canadian Hockey House, an 80,000-squarefoot temporary structure erected for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, leveraged self-service POS hardware and software solutions pull in more than $800,000 Canadian in sales.