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.
Covering digital signage, mobile self-service technology and more, this annual supplement helps hospitality operators to not only better understand this burgeoning market, but also make purchasing decisions that are the best fit for their environments and business.
Surges in mobile websites and smartphone apps are introducing the need for hotels to change up their reservations channel strategies Joie de Vivre Hotels' chief revenue officer explains.
Through a new smartphone website, Blackberry and iPhone users can make a reservation or search the group's full directory of more than 450 affiliate properties worldwide.
In an effort to discourage Wi-Fi freeloaders who are a drain on their bottom lines, a number of California-based coffee shops are flipping their Wi-Fi switches permanently to the off position, writes Jessica Guynn of the Los Angeles Times.
Hilton Worldwide will offer complementary HSIA to all Gold and Diamond HHonors members for its 3,600 hotels worldwide this September.
The product portfolio provides customers with a single source provider of network security and compliance, featuring around-the-clock proactive monitoring and support.
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.
Kellogg Innovation Network founder, Robert C. Wolcott, will explore how companies can approach new models of innovation to build their businesses, plus the infrastructure needed to support your success at the 2010 Restaurant Executive Summit.
The network monitoring solution sends immediate notifications as issues develop, providing the opportunity to quickly resolve problems and minimize the impact on clientele.