DigitalPersona's new Pro ID Server software enablesMicrosoft Windows-based PCs and networks to recognize thousands of users in Active Directory solely by their fingerprint.
Hotel 1000 worked with multiple technology vendors to install a fiber optics connection to the property, thereby enabling a 100MB connection to the already installed future proof internal fiber network.
QSR Automations will showcase two online solutions that enable guests to enter the wait list or make a reservation via the Internet or their iPhone at the Nation's Restaurant News Multi-Unit Foodservice Operators Conference.
The Casa Dorada Resort & Spa has recently completed the installation of Roomlinx, enabling guests to enjoy unlimited movies on demand, HSIA, virtual concierge services and more through the LCD TV in their suites.
Hotel Technology Next Generation has released three new technical specifications that provide standardized interfaces that connect the PMS with other hotel systems to guest-room devices, allow hotels to deliver rich descriptive content to distribution channels and websites, and support improved security for credit card processing.
The Dairy Queen franchisee, Roundtable, maintains PCI compliance through several layers of defense. The key component of its store level infrastructure is handled by SecureConnect, which provides a secure, multi-site Virtual Private Network (VPN) for Roundtable's locations.
Thailand's Grand Millennium Sukhumvit has recently completed the installation of VingCard's Signature RFID contactless electronic door locks with NFC cell phone compatibility.
The new release helps restaurants serve customers more efficiently during rushes by providing automatic updates to quoted delivery/ready times based on kitchen production.
A recent partnership between Merchant Warehouse and PointOS brings additional benefits to small business owners by providing a credit card processing application for PointOS Professional, the flagship product for PointOS.
From computer controlled hotel rooms to remote drive-thru ordering centers and everything in between, new technology is hot. So why have many operators been so slow to jump on the technology bandwagon? Phil Mott, assistant professor at Kendall College's School of Hospitality Management, offers three common reasons.