To avoid paying credit-card fees, some restaurants are taking plastic off of the menu. But can this strategy backfire? The New York Post's Selim Algar reports on this growing trend.
CipherOptics' Virtual IP technology allows customers to secure PCI regulated data over public and private networks simultaneously with a single solution.
Hospitality Technology surveyed its audience of IT professionals to determine how their companies are faring in 2010, and to pinpoint the technologies and initiatives that are top of mind for the year ahead. We also asked a select group of restaurant and hotel operators to provide detailed answers to some of our burning questions regarding customer engagement, Payment Card Industry standards and more.
The partnership will add a high-speed payments gateway as well as comprehensive reporting capabilities to MSI's property management system.
From tableside and self-service solutions to password protection and data encryption technologies, HT rounds up the latest solutions that will help operators to combat hospitality hackers. Plus, learn the 15 most common ways that hackers infiltrate information technology systems.
A deal between McDonald's and IBM will deliver a new cashless payment solution for 1,300 owned and franchised restaurants across the UK and Ireland.
As a participating organization, MegaPath will now have access to the latest payment card security standards from the Council and be able to provide feedback on the standards.
The product portfolio provides customers with a single source provider of network security and compliance, featuring around-the-clock proactive monitoring and support.
A partnership with Vendor Safe identifies Xpient as a reseller of the PCI Managed Security Suite to protect financial and operating assets related to network security, data access and more.
The suite of resources, which are designed to educate merchants about data security, regulatory compliance and risk issues, includes a blog, newsletter and a series of whitepapers.