With the rise in consumers' desire to be online 24/7, management for the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf thought that it was time to offer free WiFi connectivity in their stores to create local buzz and to keep store lobbies full during non-peak periods. Learn how this decision has led to an increase in consumer spending and the technology partners that are making it so.
To comply with wireless PCI requirements, Fuddruckers has selected AirMagnet Enterprise to remotely manage and detect any rogue devices on its network that may violate the PCI standard.
The findings for Hospitality Technology's 2009 Self-Service Technology Study are in, and the results point to a growing consumer demand for self-service technology and a plethora of next-generation solutions that harness personal devices.
Motel 6 Santa Barbara has a completely new look with the "Phoenix" design. Environmentally friendly features, flat screen televisions and WiFi are among the updates.
Increased guest usage and bandwidth demands prompted Omni Hotels to select BelAir Networks as its WiFi provider, with deployments commencing in 2009.
The mixed-use property, featuring 150 hotel guestrooms, 90,000 square feet of office space and 40 condos, will complete the installation by the end of the year, with the first phase scheduled for completion in July.
Bruce Carey Restaurants and Clamity Jae's have selected Shift4 technology solutions for their cost savings benefits, security, and to simplify PCI compliance.
The ZyXEL NWA3166 is a Plenum-rated, enterprise-level WLAN hybrid access point that doubles as a WLAN controller capable of centrally managing up to 24 APs.
Celerant Technology is named a Microsoft Certified Partner, achieving network infrastructure solution competency for the past nine years.
With the launch of its mobile website, Hyatt guests can now book and manage reservations via their mobile phones.