ET1 device runs on Android platform and marks Motorola’s first entry into emerging enterprise-class tablet market.
The point of sale in hospitality continues to decentralize. As mobile aps (and mobile food trucks!) gain ground, the PCI Council scrambles to keep security guidance on pace with innovation.
By 2015, more than 2.7 million tablets a year will be shipped for use in North American Retail/Hospitality, fundamentally changing some segments.
New iPhone/iPad app connects business travelers and offers a tongue-in-cheek approach to social networking with its business jargonin decoder.
As employees increasing want to use their personal mobile devices for business, operators and vendors alike are racing to put security measures in place to protect corporate data in-motion. HT reveals the five most commonly held best practices for securing executive' mobile devices.
From inventory management to luggage tagging, the potential uses for RFID in hotels and restaurants are limited only by our own imagination.
No longer centered around kiosks, self-service has come to encompass a wide range of products, from mobile applications and iPads to guest service portals accessed by the in-room TV, that are putting even more control into consumers' and operators' hands.
In three months, Domino's reached $1 million in sales over a single week; in less than one month it reached $1 million in total sales.
Announced at 2011 PCI SSC North American Community Meeting, the new capabilities allow restaurants to benefit by offering Wi-Fi access with localized content, in-store customer feedback and loyalty programs.
The new mobile Wi-Fi service enables guests to stay connected while en route between the hotel and the airport, eliminating the risk for roaming charges that come when traveling internationally.