SECURITY

How Hospitality Can Brace Against Breaches

8/6/2013
The importance of data security in the hospitality industry has increased in recent years with the rise of online bookings and the additional data collection avenues available, such as social media, mobile applications and website booking engines. Data attacks can be costly for hotels; both in the cost of trying to recover data along with lost revenue from future customers choosing a competitor because of the breach. With attacks on the rise and hackers targeting more than credit cards, hotels must remain diligent about data security.

Executive Roundtable: Putting the POS in Perspective

8/6/2013
The POS has become a central hub for sales, employee training and tracking, loyalty, guest data and much more. With all those components, deciding upon a POS vendor and strategy are major talking points for restaurant insiders. HT asked a panel of execs to identify important trends and best practices, as well as share what they are looking for in next-generation POS systems. Their responses shed some light on where the industry is – or should be – heading in terms of future-proofing the POS.
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Labor Technology Showcase 2014

10/10/2014
This annual showcase highlights solutions that can help hotels and restaurants optimize their workforce across a variety of areas such as: onboarding, recruiting and pre-screening tools; employee training and development; performance management and assessment tools; communication tools and systems; forecasting solutions to maximize sales and reduce labor costs; scheduling systems, including mobile and web-based platforms and more. Sponsored.

LIVE EVENTS

2015 Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Conference
2015 Hotel Technology Forum