Motorola's AP 6511 uses in-wall CAT5/6 cabling, so Wi-Fi coverage can be extended without the need to pull cables or drill holes, greatly reducing time, planning and labor costs required to provide ubiquitous wireless access.
As hackers continue to take advantage of unsuspecting restaurant operators, the need for security measures and PCI compliance becomes ever more important. Smoothie King's IT business solutions analyst, Russell Dardenne, offers three data security strategies.
Maestro's integrated real-time ResWave Booking Engine enables independent hoteliers to drive reservations from Twitter and Facebook, as well as the iPad and other mobile devices.
The application provides access to channel management solutions tailored specifically to the iPhone, hence making it easier for users to navigate.
The mobile site has also been enhanced to improve the user interface for several smartphones, including iPhone, BlackBerry and Android, while still remaining accessible for traditional Web-enabled mobile phones.
The survey, which asked road warriors about mobile and social application preferences and usage, found that access to these tools is an integral part of time management on the road.
Each year, the Hotel Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC) offers attendees a glimpse at some of the latest solutions to hit the hotel market. Hospitality Technology offers this recap of the top vendor releases and implementations that you need to know about now.
Results from a recent NCR survey show that travelers seek greater convenience and flexibility, including the ability to manage itinerary changes and travel preferences via self-service channels.
The hotel on Central Park South is partnering with Intelity to provide guests services and amenities via Apple iPads and Intelity's ICE software solution.
New device helps hotels simplify the delivery of converged IP services, redefine network cost models, and eliminates complexity from pulling wires everywhere.