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Hospitality Technology surveys more than 300 foodservice and lodging executives to pinpoint the platform innovations that matter most to them, as well as their 2011 POS purchasing plans. Meanwhile, POS vendors recap their biggest software innovations from 2010, and offer a sneak peak at the technologies and big-picture trends that are expected to make waves in the year ahead.
In this exclusive Q&A, Mike Blake, CIO for Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, reveals cloud technology's role in helping streamline communications for its 40,000 "deskless" workers, plus gives insights into the company's overall technology strategy.
Version 2.0 of the Data Security Standards does not introduce any major new requirements, but it does offer a hefty dose of needed clarification. Learn what's new.
PCI compliance is a must-do, but true network security addresses field support and Wi-Fi. Wendy's franchisee Wendelta, a subsidiary of the Carlisle Corporation, explains.
The new solution offers anywhere, anytime cloud-based batch management, advanced tokenization and point-to-point encryption.
USA Today reports that a third party was able to get past McDonald's security measures and see into a database of its customer information that included e-mail, phone numbers, addresses and more.
Hypercom's new M5000 is an in-hand mobile payment system with a vibrant 3.5" color icon-capable touch screen display that enables new ways to interact with the cardholder.
More than 1,000 credit and debit cards may have been compromised as a result of the October 22 attack on the Seattle Capitol Hill area restaurant, Broadway Grill.
The two have created an iPad POS system that uses Network Intercept's Secure-Me solution to secure restaurant POS payments and provide consumers with identity theft protection.