Jan/Feb 2018 Issue

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Jan/Feb 2018 Issue

From hardware controlled by mobile apps to mirrors broadcasting yoga routines, hotel guests will be treated to high-tech, personalized in-room experiences.

From new cooking equipment and Bluetooth temperature controls to robot assistants, restaurants ramp up kitchen tech to improve customer service and operations.

Restaurants turn to analytics to detect and prevent fraud with insight-based loss prevention tools.

HT advisors look ahead to reveal top IT goals, plus predictions on what buzz-worthy tech will shape hotels and restaurants in the year ahead.

Sands Resorts leverages six strategies to centralize guest and marketing data into one customer platform to personalize communication, drive revenue, and build guest loyalty.

I am more of a ‘90s kid (shudder – grunge) than an ‘80s kid (so much cooler – Gremlins); nevertheless, I was old enough in 1985 to feel kind of lied to by Michael J. Fox once 2015 rolled around. Where are the flying cars, McFly?

The European Union (EU) will enforce the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) starting on May 25