Hoteliers from across the market, ranging from economy to luxury brands, discuss the in-room innovations that are creating truly 'smart' guestrooms: IP-based guestroom controls, next-gen media solutions, bandwidth-building devices, and more.
The drive-thru is truly at the heart of quick service restaurant sales and the need for speed and accuracy is first and foremost. Operators discuss how the latest timers, digital signage tools and more are speeding up their drive-thru operations.
Movenpick Hotels & Resorts' new mobile website supports more than 5,000 different mobile phone models worldwide and offers users access to real-time room availability, reservations and more.
iPhone and iPod Touch users can now find and book reservations with La Quinta Inns & Suites through the hotel's new mobile application.
As part of a capital improvement project, the Phoenician, a luxury resort located in Scottsdale, Arizona, sought to upgrade its network so that all 250 acres of the resort would be covered. Learn how the Phoenician was able to overcome multiple networking challenges in its journey to ensure complete resort coverage.
Genetec's Security Center seamlessly merges Genetec's Omnicast IP video surveillance system and Synergis IP access control systems into a single innovative platform.
In an open letter to its customers, Radisson Hotels & Resorts alerted guests of a recent data security breach that occurred between November 2008 and May 2009. Hospitality Technology sits down with security experts to discuss Radisson's breach and what strategies hotels need to take to rebuild customer confidence.
Roundtable Corporation, a Dairy Queen franchisee headquartered in Texas, is banking on SecureConnect Services to manage their Internet security and network support in the effort to protect guest credit card data.
Rubio's removes the need for customers to clip coupons or print out promotional emails with the addition of the mobile coupon application, Yowza!!
When the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel re-opened in the spring of 2008 following a $1 billion renovation, hotel management began receiving complaints from guests about poor cellular service in some of the meeting rooms, public areas, and guest rooms on the east (oceanfront) side of the facility. Learn how Fontainebleau eliminated this common guest complaint.