A new year means a time to identify new goals. Investigating the areas of most interest in hospitality reveals that focus on payments is reaching a fever-pitch, with the emergence of more mobile payment options. Also trending up is location-based technology but the one common denominator is mobility.
HT's editorial advisory board puts a frame around the buzz-worthy technology making waves in their hotels and restaurants and offers their picks for most-promising technology.
Latest acquisitions enable Heartland Payment Systems to offer unique integrated commerce capabilities that are effective, secure and simple to use.
Gemalto reveals that data breaches increased to 1 billion data records compromised, with cybercriminals targeting identity theft as top breach category.
With EMV chip migration on track, U.S. payments industry looks ahead to mobile, eCommmerce and tokenization at Smart Card Alliance 2015 Payments Summit.
Las Vegas hotel installs system to allow mobile phones to be used as hotel room key for secure and convenient access.
Marriott International has decided to withdraw as a party to the petition seeking direction from the FCC on legal Wi-Fi security measures.
Tablet solutions and security make headlines in the point of sale landscape throughout the month of January.
Hurricane Grill & Wings chooses Datum to manage nationwide IT services and install firewalls system wide, allowing execs to focus on business needs.
A breakdown of top advancements in the payment space that will impact hospitality in the coming year.