Insignia Hospitality Group drives an ambitious hotel opening schedule with Kaba RFID locks.
The uncertainty of swipe fee economics is still a major issue in hospitality. One year after the Durbin Amendment went into effect, it is still unclear what effect it has had on the supply chain of payment transactions within the industry.
The sentencing of two POS hackers, who stole payment card data resulting in $10 million plus in losses, offers insights and reminds about best practices to protect valuable point of sale data.
Labor is the lifeblood of the hospitality industry. In this special report, HT takes a look at the cutting-edge technologies that are shaping how restaurants and hotels can manage all aspects of labor, from scheduling to payroll and everything in between. These leading advancements will help operators increase efficiency while improving employee satisfaction.
Recent POS headlines detail the increasing need for vigilance in data security and a continued trend to increasing mobile capabilities.
Survey reveals that virtualization, cloud, big data, and network convergence initiatives pressure IT organizations to scale data center networks.
Two Romanian nationals have plead guilty to participating in a remote hacking scheme that resulted in hundreds of U.S. merchants' POS systems being compromised.
Guestline forms strategic partnership with UK-based City & Country Hotels.
New solutions for the point-of-service seek to improve customer experience, increase speed and ensure PCI compliance.
Mandarin Oriental, Miami has deployed the InvoTech Advanced SAMS Security System which evolves to security needs.