Can You Hear Me Now? Nope.

Despite surges in cell phone use, hotels and resorts often struggle to provide a network that can meet the needs of its guests. Hoteliers discuss the strategies and technologies that are helping them to overcome poor signal strength.

Holiday Inn Express Finds Cure to Tech Integration Headache

For many hoteliers, getting up to speed technologically means buying hardware and software from multiple vendors and then hoping that it all connects and stays functional. The Holiday Inn Express and Suites Camp Creek in Atlanta, GA is trying a different approach.

Demagnetized Key Cards a Distant Memory for CityCenter?

In an effort to eliminate the demagnetization problem associated with traditional mag-strip keys, CityCenter has decided to implement an RFID locking system in nearly all of the 6,000 guest rooms and suites.

It's Back! Registration Now Open for MURTEC 2011

MURTEC, 'The Gold Standard Restaurant Technology Event,' returns to Las Vegas this March with an agenda designed around the theme: "The Integrated Enterprise: Aligning Technology Initiatives with Business Objectives."

Navigating South Gate's Wine List Gets Easier with iPad

A customized iPad application allows South Gate sommeliers to educate patrons on the NYC eatery's more than 650 wines or invites guests to instantly access the information themselves with the touch of a finger.
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