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Is PCI Enough?

5/7/2009
Guaranteeing information security in the hospitality segment requires more than compliance with PCI standards. Learn the best practices to creating a culture of information security, from the ground up.

HotSchedules Releases Mobile Workforce App

5/7/2009
Designed for iPhone and iTouch users, iSchedule enables employees to access schedules, input upcoming schedule requests, review messages and more while on the go.

Hospitality in the Clouds

5/7/2009
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.

Cell Phone Coverage can Make or Break Hotel Bookings

5/7/2009
In an economy where hoteliers cannot afford to lose one customer to a competitor, it is crucial that operators understand guest technology preferences and accommodate them. Two technologies that have a lot of influence on guests' decisions to return to a hotel: reliable cell phone coverage and high speed Internet access.

POS Peripheral Update

5/7/2009
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.

Network Security Cost Cutter

5/7/2009
Investing in managed network security to undertake some of the manual or repetitive tasks that face restaurateurs can increase efficiency, reduce staffing costs, and support business innovations. Here's how.
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2015 Lodging Technology Study

12/11/2014
HT's annual Lodging Technology Study tracks budgets, business objectives, and investment allocation trends in hotel IT. This report incorporates feedback from hoteliers to produce a comprehensive and useful set of findings, diving significantly deeper into top goals and challenges for IT teams, the role of IT leaders in business strategy and planned investments for in-room, guest-facing and property systems. Sponsored.
 

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