HT's annual New Tech Showcase looks at the latest products impacting the hospitality industry in 2011.
Nick Price, CIO for Mandarin Oriental, explains why hospitality's move to the cloud is inevitable.
Hospitality Technology speaks with executives from InterContinental Hotel Group, MGM Resorts International, and New York City's The Plaza Hotel to learn what they think our hotel guestrooms will look like in five to ten years.
The project included the installation of Saflok Quantum RFID locks in all 891 rooms of the Peabody Orlando's existing facility during renovation, as well as in the property's new 750-room tower.
A recent letter from the Nevada Gaming Control board warns Las Vegas casinos that hackers are now targeting the systems that control player reward points.
Integrated marketing platform for bars and restaurants now enables customers to play their favorite sports, trivia and card games via Android application.
McDonald's claims that the payment system, which will be launched by the end of this summer, will be one of the largest roll-outs of contactless technology in the UK.
Plagued with multiple wireless networking challenges including low signal strength in parts of the hotel and radio frequency interference, the Sheraton Springfield Monarch Place Hotel needed a solution that would not only quell guest complaints, but future-proof the hotel for guests' increasing bandwidth needs.
Nearly 6,800 U.S. company-operated Starbucks can now accept mobile payments as a result of successful tests in Seattle, Northern California, New York and more than 1,000 U.S. Target stores.
For the first time outside of North America, customers can access Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online in 40 markets and 41 languages.