The Royal Resorts Group is now able to support high-speed wi-fi, video security and POS systems resort-wide through the recent installation of WLAN gear from BelAir Networks.
The newly opened Aloft Montreal Airport hotel selects Elsafe's Sentinel Advanced digital in-room safes for their increased security and aesthetically-pleasing design elements.
Version 1.2 of PCI DSS, released just this month, includes several key areas that are important for hospitality operators to understand. Anti-virus software, data storage, and public-facing web applications are just some of the areas addressed.
SpeedLine's POS v6 solution, designed specifically for the pizza restaurant segment, is fully compliant with all Visa Payment Application Best Practices requirements as established by the PCI Security Standards Council.
The newly opened Starwood property selects TimeLox's DC-One duel card locking system for its ease of use and its ability to easily upgrade to RFID or RF solutions in the future.
For those operators who feel no need to pay attention to PCI DSS think again. With the threat of heavy fines looming and the inability to accept credit card payments, it is time for operators to brush up on their PCI history and get informed.
The PCI Security Standards Council releases the PCI DSS version 1.2 revisions that include clarifications and other subtle changes to ease data security implementation.
TravelCLICK's iHotelier hotel reservation system meets PCI DSS credit processing standards and is certified to accept credit for all major credit cards.
Heartland's Tableside promises to provide restaurants with an easy-to-manage wireless payment solution for enhanced convenience and security through their certification of VeriFone's tableside payment managed services solution.
Synergy International's Software as a Service data warehousing solution is built on Department of Defense standards and is a full power version of the Microsoft based SQL server application.