Whether it is hardwired or wi-fi, all hotel guest Internet networks can be subject to malicious attacks by outside users. A recent report from the Cornell Center for Hospitality tests the security of 147 hotels and explains why virtual local area networks (VLANs) are operators' most secure line of defense.
The Courtyard by Marriott in Newark, Delaware becomes the first of three Shaner Hotels to receive Delaware's Green Lodging Certification. To qualify, the hotel established various conservation initiatives such as the implementation of natural light and water.
Two of Alabama's family communities, Wyndham and Wyndham Gates, partner with Connexion Technologies to deliver advanced entertainment and communications services.
Hotel Nikko Tokyo will allow guests to connect their personal entertainment devices to the hotel's guestroom TV and sound system through the recent installation of TeleAdapt's MediaHub.
Aimbridge Hospitality, a 50-property hotel company relies on enterprise sales technology to target top performance goals.
In an effort to deliver seamless wifi connectivity throughout the entire facility, management for the Hyatt Regency Newport selected a managed wifi solution from BelAir Networks.
iBAHN's end-to-end proprietary software that detects multiple users of a network access node is awarded a patent by the United States Patent Office.
Cumberland Farms and Spacenet sign a contract to upgrade the satellite network in 500 locations to support improved performance for web-based and back-office applications including credit/debit card authorization, POS polling, HR software and inventory tracking.
In the hotel industry, technology is often a brand differentiator and can greatly impact guest satisfaction and the likelihood for return visits. Learn which seven guestroom technologies were ranked the highest among guests from the University of Delaware's 2009 Hotel Guest Technology Study
As the demand for HSIA grows among hotel guests, operators need to be armed with enough bandwidth to meet guest expectations. Load-balancing applications are one way that hoteliers can meet bandwidth demand when HSIA revenues are down or being completely eliminated.