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Top 10 Hotel Technology Trends to Watch

Top 10 Hotel Technology Trends to Watch

Hotels are exploring innovative technologies to better serve guests throughout their stay and help them remain top of mind with consumers. Chains, in particular, are making large-scale technology investments to enhance their own competitive advantage. With the promise of creating ...

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Safeguarding a Hotel Property Against Cyber Attacks

Safeguarding a Hotel Property Against Cyber Attacks

The hospitality industry has been in the news frequently over the past year as a result of multiple and significant data security incidents. Nationally recognized hotel and resort brands such as IHG, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, Hyatt Corporation, Hilton Worldwide, ...

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Labor Leaders Talk Tomorrow’s Technology

Labor Leaders Talk Tomorrow’s Technology

At UniFocus’ Annual Partner Conference, labor leaders discussed what they think technology in the hospitality industry will look like five years from now. Kirk Gautreau, vice president of corporate operations at Towne Park, says: “Signs tell us that we are moving to ...

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Business Travelers Want More Access To Tech On The Road

Business Travelers Want More Access To Tech On The Road

Business travelers are looking for greater access to technology and cross-device integration on the road, according to a survey by Egencia, Expedia’s business travel arm. The fourth edition Egencia Business Travel and Technology Survey was conducted by Northstar, a strategic ...

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Automating the Front Desk

Automating the Front Desk

Whether through a kiosk, the internet, or a mobile device, self check-in for hotel guests is starting to lighten the load for front desk associates around the world. As this trend catches on, many hotels are making a switch in ...

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U.S. Consumers Want More Tech in Hotels

U.S. Consumers Want More Tech in Hotels

U.S. consumers are more likely to show up, shop, eat, and stay at businesses that offer more technology and hotels are no exception, according to a recent survey of 1,000 consumers commissioned by commercial tablet and engagement company, Bouncepad. The ...

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