1. Articles in category: Mobility

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    1. Augmented and virtual reality to see aggressive growth by 2021

      Augmented and virtual reality to see aggressive growth by 2021

      Augmented and virtual reality are catching on, even if it is still early days for both.

      While some analysts at Strategy Analytics worry there aren't enough engaging 360-degree VR movies and other content on the market, IDC analysts said there are plenty of early business-focused rollouts of AR to justify optimism.

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      Mentions: Facebook Microsoft
    2. IDG Contributor Network: Adoption of voice-first assistants expected to skyrocket

      IDG Contributor Network: Adoption of voice-first assistants expected to skyrocket

      Amazon’s voice-first assistant technology could be worth billions for the e-tailer in just a few years, says an investment bank quoted by Fox News last week. RBC Capital Markets says Alexa could trigger $10 billion in revenue for Amazon by 2020.

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    3. Mobile search rates for hotels reach huge level

      Mobile search rates for hotels reach huge level

      Mobile searches for budget hotels outweigh those for luxury properties – but the latter is growing fast.

      This is one of a number of findings from a huge study by Sojern, using both its own data and that from Google, examining search and booking trends across mobile and desktop devices.

      Searches at the economy end of the scale in hotels now come 73% from a mobile device.

      Midscale properties are at 62%, upscale are 53% and luxury at 45%, the data from throughout 2016 showed.

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    4. Hoteliers should be prepared for a mobile-led future

      Hoteliers should be prepared for a mobile-led future

      A recent EyeForTravel white paper, Understanding the Travel Consumer’s Path to Purchase, focused on the how, where and why of the decisions people make before they book and as a result revealed that more than half of visitors to travel websites are now using mobile as part of their path to purchase . While this stat might seem high, we shouldn’t be surprised!

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    5. What SaaS Means for your Hotel Staff

      What SaaS Means for your Hotel Staff

      Hotel management systems are invaluable to many hospitality organizations. The introduction of cloud-based systems, the use of SaaS and mobile integration are enhancing these important tasks in a way that not only benefits the guest but are having a much more significant impact for hotel staff. Here’s how:

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      Mentions: Mobility Education
    6. 6 Reasons Mobile Security is Critical for Enterprises

      6 Reasons Mobile Security is Critical for Enterprises

      6 Reasons Mobile Security is Critical for Enterprises 6 Reasons Mobile Security is Critical for Enterprises Admin. Mobile Devices Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD , is a relatively new business approach to technology. The days of issuing employees company-owned laptop computers, cell phones and pagers are largely over.

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    7. New Hotel Technologies for Modern Rooms

      New Hotel Technologies for Modern Rooms

      Technology is advancing at a faster pace than ever before, and this is changing both the expectations of customers’ and how businesses interact with their customers. The hospitality industry is no exception and, even though it is often viewed as a slower adopter of technology, hoteliers continuously look for the latest innovations, which would enable them to improve operational efficiencies and customer satisfaction.

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      Mentions: Education Amazon
    8. Do You Need a Traditional Office Phone Anymore? | Cio

      Do You Need a Traditional Office Phone Anymore? | Cio

      When you get a new phone system, you also get new desk phones for every employee. But with today’s mobile, geographically dispersed workforce, it’s possible your employees don’t need an office phone anymore. If you’re looking for a phone system replacement, consider these five questions that will help identify the types of phones you need in a new communications solution. 1.

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      Mentions: Microsoft
    9. The Hotel That Has Everything...

      The Hotel That Has Everything...

      Don't expect to find a standard old guest room phone on your night table.

      BYOD room phones, inconceivable a decade ago, are likely inevitable in the future. Hotels are increasingly creating smartphone-friendly environments with extensive Wi-Fi coverage, in-room audio, and solutions for intended for smartphones, mobile charging solutions, and property apps. The Winery Hotel, and its use of technology from ALE, is on the leading edge, but more will follow.

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    10. Don’t expect hotel guests to hang on for long [infographic]

      Don’t expect hotel guests to hang on for long [infographic]

      Alice, the hotel services app, has done a little research into how long consumers should have to wait for a response from hotel staff to guest communications via various channels.

      The company, (startup pitch here), surveyed US frequent travellers to find what’s a reasonable length of time for a hotel guest to wait for a response with differences according to channel –  text, email, via app or from within social media.

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      Mentions: Services
    11. It’s travel distribution Jim, but not as we know it

      It’s travel distribution Jim, but not as we know it

      Amadeus has pinpointed four areas where it sees the most change in the travel industry and travel distribution in the next decade.

      A report put together, for Amadeus, by the London School of Economics and Political Science, talks in detail about the four areas chosen after studying current “disruptive factors” including consumer behaviour, mobile, big data and artificial intelligence, regulation and travel risk.

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