Gaylord Hotels install Aruba Network's wireless internet connections in four of its properties as the first step in an expansive guest-focused applications program.
PCI-compliant connectivity ensures point-of-sale systems meet industry regulations
Replify's Reptor allows enterprises to deliver content and run applications faster to branch offices and distributed workforces over constrained networks like broadband and wireless connections
In the past few years, many corporations have been lured into the world of VoIP by the promises of convergence. But with the benefits of convergence comes a price - security.
ADC's Digivance ICS System brings cellular coverage for all major carriers to Mobil 5-Star resort
Software-based locking system allows door codes to be sent to guest cell phones, email, allowing them to bypass the front desk for check-in
The proliferation of technology in American culture within the last decade caused the hospitality industry to have a bit of a technology identity crisis. But as the industry gains back its footing in the new landscape, it is finding new and more creative ways to leverage technology and create experiences unique to the hospitality industry. It is also going back to its roots and finding ways to be seen as a marketplace for technological innovation by implementing technology that few if any customers will possess or experience.
A few months back, I was standing on a trade show floor being shown a demo for a new form of e-marketing: targeted text messaging.
Smoothie King sweepstakes is first public rollout; consumers receive text messages urging participation
Sapphire designed to continually monitor and measure networks and end-user application quality