Kempinski partners with Nor1 for upsell capability
Cloud computing and a bring your own device (BYOD) strategy aren’t technology approaches typically associated with running an airport’s information-technology operations.
Is Big Data just a large collection of data sets, or is it a wider level a process to provide a better understanding and take advantage of products or customers?
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) was probably the Big Data of the early-2000s – at term bounded about to describe a concept which actually had its roots going back decades.
The so-called cloud and mobile should be a shining example of a marriage made in heaven, blessed by the gods and beloved by all.
Many companies and even whole industries have been blind-sided by new entrants who are empowered by technology and changing consumer behavior rather than old business models and processes.
I was catching up on RSS today and read a piece by Alex Bainbridge on Tnooz about the Top Eight Travel Industry Battles.
Last week, hotel booking service Room 77 was knocked offline in a mammoth cloud-computing outage that also crashed the websites of dozens of companies.
Airline reservations systems and IT providers are hustling to bring everything from PCI compliance to printing at the airport into the cloud and, along those lines, HP Enterprise Services introduced HP Converged Cloud Services for Airlines.