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A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Internet of Things (IoT).

Marriott, Samsung, Legrand Debut IoT Hotel Room of the Future

IoT room allows Marriott to deepen the personalized guest experience.

Tech Experts Weigh in on IoT, Connectivity & Security

Tech experts and sponsors of MURTEC Executive Summit, discuss some of the key areas impacting foodservice today and how restaurants must address these trends to stay relevant, competitive and secure.

Hotels can install REMi by itself or with a package that includes a mobile app, tablets, keyless entry and more.

Create a comprehensive customer engagement strategy so repeat customers come back to traditional hospitality.

A robust website, the use of mobile devices by guests and hotel staff, and cloud-based back-office, CXM and operational systems all require hotels' put in place a strong network infrastructure.

Insights Summit to take place at the Hyatt Regency Dulles in Washington D.C.

Extreme combines existing and acquired technologies to simplify and secure IoT deployments.

Data is at the root of improving operations, service and overall customer experience, but many restaurants wrestle with how effectively to use vast amounts of available data. In this exclusive roundtable, HT queries technology experts, Rob Graves, Vice President, Datatrend Technologies, Inc.

From IoT and AI to VR/AR and voice search, new technologies will offer the hospitality industry an incredible opportunity to personalize services.

HT analyzes data representative of 18,845 locations and compares restaurant innovators to laggards while highlighting how segments are addressing technology strategies and issues differently.  Sponsored.

Developed by Arowana Consulting, Houdini allows guests to control hotel room IoT items.

Technology has become critical to attracting and retaining hotel guests, and today that means investing in a wide range of solutions that create immediate and personal engagement. With rising expectations, surprise and delight has been replaced by expected and assumed.

New wall-plate technology provides cost effective, in-room access points to deliver better connectivity for today’s travelers.

Sprint's customers will have increased network flexibility, performance and security.

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