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Move builds on Q1 2018 growth, seizes synergistic market opportunities.

Moving the point of sale to the cloud has proven to be somewhat more daunting for restaurants compared to other systems.

The breach, discovered on March 1, began in Jan. 2016 and lasted through Dec. 2017.

SMBs can use the GDPR Defense as an everyday portal to address specific mandates of the EU GDPR.

Instead of fearing GDPR, travel, transport & hospitality companies should embrace this opportune moment to fine-tune their data foundations, place the customer first and safeguard their bottom line.

Starting with compliance, how White Lodging Services embarked upon a technological restructuring focusing on centralizing talent management and executing on guest expectations.

Hotels must be able to offer guests a speedy, strong and secure connection from the moment they enter to the moment they leave the hotel's property.

Both organizations intend to continue to simplify the payment network environment, especially at remote locations.

Whitepaper provides guidance for hospitality industry professionals on GDPR Regulations.

Hoteliers and guests benefit most when they offer guest networks to customers.

RMH Franchise Holdings operates more than 150 Applebee's locations.

Guest demands for high-quality Internet service during their stay necessitates strategic bandwidth management.

Cybersecurity, guest experience, digital transformation, GDPR, and blockchain among key topics discussed at HT-NEXT.

Tech spending increases as hotels eye data and digital to empower guests.

cnPilot Enterprise e430W provides 802.11ac Wave 2 connectivity for hotels.

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

Next-generation, 5G-ready distributed antenna system streamlines design and installation with slimmed hardware, increased efficiency and improved TCO savings.

Real-time monitoring and alerts keep connectivity-dependent businesses running smoothly.

Cybercriminals began gathering credit card data in June 2017, began selling it on the "dark web" in December 2017.

Corporate and internal networks were the most frequently breached technology environments last year, accounting for 43% of incidents.

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