The event brings together professionals from the Native American casino industry and gives them an opportunity to interact with the latest technology solutions on the market.
Millennials consider digital connectivity a vital basic human need and require digital tools from travel organizations.
Using Wonder’s card-linked, digital gifting solution, Mammoth Mountain saw 63% of guests redeem the offer within three days.
Smart Card Alliance advocates for embedded security in connected IoT devices.
Alise Hotel needed a high-performance bandwidth solution that would support triple-play services in a 100-year-old building.
The partnership will allow Reventions POS to control light fixtures, door locks, WiFi cameras and thermostats.
It offers a large screen, long battery life and it accepts all forms of payment including EMV chip and PIN, chip and sign, magstripe and NFC/contactless.
IHG Connect not only offers guests fast, reliable WiFi but also offers an auto recognition feature for loyalty members.
But 70% of consumers would like to make travel, entertainment, technology retail and healthcare purchases with their mobile phone or tablet.
At the Smart Card Alliance 2016 Security of Things conference, attendees discussed how building a perimeter, a common and effective practice for IT security, isn’t a successful tactic for protecting data or devices in the IoT.