A recent report stating that Google Wallet's digital security system can be breached with an app that reveals PINs has stirred up concerns about the technology's overall security.
Krispy Kreme franchises enjoy reduced expenses and improved efficiency with a new cloud-based POS.
The hospitality industry's most-wanted technologies in 2012 are those that provide mobile capabilities, cloud-based apps, and/or security solutions.With more companies than ever before willing to invest in these latest innovations, the vendor community is challenged to produce viable and affordable solutions.
From expanding bandwidth to RFID locks, hotels scramble to meet consumer expectations for in-room innovation. To that end, here are five of the hottest guestroom trends to watch for in 2012.
HT's annual supplement covers the latest technologies for hotels and restaurants. New in 2012 are POS-integrated tablets, guest engagement solutions, cloud-based back office reporting, property management, and more.
The deployment of a new uniform management system has enabled Odawa Casino Resort to save money in a non-revenue producing department.
MasterCard has announced its forward-looking plan to enable the latest capabilities in electronic payments and security.
The Grand Hyatt in San Francisco has rolled out installation of VingCard's Orion energy management system, RFID locks, Elsafe safes and VISIONLINE access control system.
HT recalls point-of-sale headlines from January 2012. With the dawn of a fresh year, advancements in POS continue to drive the restaurant and hotel industry.
Enterasys OneFabric Edge solutions have been rolled out in Seaport Hotel & Seaport World Trade Center to provide a guest network solution.