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Fluorescent Lighting to Become Thing of the Past

Fluorescent Lighting to Become Thing of the Past

On Feb. 1, General Electric announced it would discontinue the compact fluorescent light (CFL) in the U.S. by the end of the year in favor of its eco-friendly, cost-efficient sibling, the light emitting diode (LED). Nick Diligente, marketing manager for ...

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IHG Teams Up with Futurist to Preview What’s Next in Luxury

IHG Teams Up with Futurist to Preview What’s Next in Luxury

IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) has announced that its InterContinental Hotels & Resorts brand has sought the expertise of Fortune 500 Futurist Faith Popcorn. The collaboration comes as the InterContinental brand celebrates 70 years of pioneering luxury travel and looks ahead ...

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SoniCast Delivers In-Room Mobile Streaming

SoniCast Delivers In-Room Mobile Streaming

LOS ANGELES—SONIFI Solutions, Inc. has announced the launch of SoniCast powered by Chromecast to enhance the hotel room experience for guests. Chromecast is a media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port of a TV that allows guests to ...

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Navigating the Complexities of Data Privacy

Navigating the Complexities of Data Privacy

Never before have we had access to the depth and breadth of customer data to deliver personalized compelling customer experiences. Mobile has changed the realm of the possible and is playing an increasingly important role in every industry. Nowhere is ...

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Matching Your Tech Strategy with Your Target Guest

Matching Your Tech Strategy with Your Target Guest

The CitizenM hotel near Times Square in New York City is known for its smart use of technology and emphasis on affordable luxury. It’s an ultramodern, glass-and-concrete box of 230 small rooms (each is about 150 square feet), a 2,300-square-foot ...

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Protecting Systems from Security Breaches

Protecting Systems from Security Breaches

More than 15 million people in the United States have their identities stolen every year. And, identity theft is big business. The people stealing data are often taking that information and selling it to third parties who use the information ...

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