When employees use company technology for personal reasons, confidentiality and productivity aren't the only factors at risk. Protect hospitality operations from both legal operational pitfalls by forming and enforcing an inclusive policy.
Operators are dropping the cords on their point-of-sale in favor of mobile technology solutions. From access points to system security, learn how to guarantee handheld POS success with the proper planning and installation tips.
The release of VeriFone's PAYware PC Version 1.0.3 features a number of new enhancements including support for the First Data North and BAMS FACTS payment processing networks and more.
GuestCentric Systems becomes the first SaaS vendor in the hotel industry to achieve McAfee Secure certification, increasing online reservation booking confidence.
Just a few minutes away from Miami is the Ramada Hollywood Beach Resort, an extensive resort complex with hotel rooms, private condominiums and diverse shopping opportunities. Learn how this popular resort protects its guest and staff with a cutting-edge surveillance system.
Accel's network transition program is designed to assist customers affected by the recent business changes at AuBeta Networks.
Choice Hotels announces the selection of the HP Compliance Log Warehouse with the primary goal of automating network analysis and compliance reporting to meet Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) regulations.
The 11th Annual Restaurant Technology Study offers readers a historical glimpse of technology data so that they can easily track the trends within this segment. Learn how operators rank point-of-sale functions, peripherals, PCI DSS compliance, and more in 2009.
SpeedLine Solutions announces a strategic partnership with Coalfire Systems to support and accelerate their customers' PCI compliance initiatives.
Whether it is hardwired or wi-fi, all hotel guest Internet networks can be subject to malicious attacks by outside users. A recent report from the Cornell Center for Hospitality tests the security of 147 hotels and explains why virtual local area networks (VLANs) are operators' most secure line of defense.