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    1. AccorHotels touts local services in ongoing diversification strategy

      AccorHotels touts local services in ongoing diversification strategy

      AccorHotels boss Sebastien Bazin wants to use the 4,100 hotels in the group to provide local services to people living in the surrounding neighbourhoods. He has been looking at the group’s capital and labour intensive business, with some 240,000 staff, and comparing it to capital and labor light businesses such Airbnb and Uber and inevitably, their market capitalisations.

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    2. 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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    3. Messaging and collaboration tools are most valuable enterprise apps

      Messaging and collaboration tools are most valuable enterprise apps

      Messaging and collaboration applications are the most mission-critical mobile apps in enterprise today, according to a new survey of executives commissioned by Adobe. More than half of the professionals surveyed (57 percent) said mobile apps for messaging and collaboration are critical to their organizations' success, and a similar number of respondents (59 percent) said such apps will continue to be critical in 2019.

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    4. IoT hidden security risks: How businesses and telecommuters can protect themselves

      IoT hidden security risks: How businesses and telecommuters can protect themselves

      Subscribe to our Information Security newsletter Lorie Wigle: Everything from printers, cell phones, tablets, USB drives and wearable fitness devices, to industrial controls, smart building technology and the multitude of other internet-enabled devices connecting to a company's network can be a threat if the proper precautions are not in place.

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      Mentions: BYOD Security
    5. Wearables could compromise corporate data

      Wearables could compromise corporate data

      As smartwatches and other wearables gain popularity, experts are warning of potential data security risks in workplaces.

      Some employees have begun connecting their personal smartwatches with corporate Wi-Fi networks, which could mimic the problems caused when personal smartphones started showing up at work several years ago.

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      Mentions: BYOD Security Apple
    6. The personal information business travellers might trade for a better experience

      The personal information business travellers might trade for a better experience

      Some research from the GBTA on the Digital Business Traveler attempts to gauge attitudes on personalised offers, mobile payments, mobile app usage, using the likes of Uber and Airbnb and social media.

      What’s interesting about these latest numbers is that it asks travellers about the information they would share in return for a more personalised experience.

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    7. Mobile management takes on apps, content

      Mobile management takes on apps, content

      Corporate mobile infrastructures continue to grow and enterprise mobility management (EMM) suites are often the way enterprises manage these increasingly complex environments.

      "More organizations are focusing on actual business transformation through mobile, rather than simply deploying mobile capabilities and pursuing productivity gains," says Gartner.

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    8. Workplace 2020: The rise of the digital employee

      Workplace 2020: The rise of the digital employee

      The current digital age has been characterised by economies revolving around information computerisation. The capacities afforded by technology are only increasing; organisations across every industry are leveraging opportunities to optimise resource allocation, improve communications and achieve clarity across work processes.

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    9. Building a Mobile Work Culture for a Mobile Workforce

      Building a Mobile Work Culture for a Mobile Workforce

      Facebook Flipboard 0 193 SHARES Struggling to find the best talent on the market? Well, the market has become a very big place, and the most skilled talent aren’t necessarily the people in your neighborhood. If you want to recruit the cream of the crop, it might be time to bring your business to them — in a manner of speaking. Today’s top professionals prefer freedom, flexibility and mobility. To engage and retain them, we need to champion a mobile work culture.

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      Mentions: Education Facebook
    10. A few things to know about Progressive Web Apps and travel

      A few things to know about Progressive Web Apps and travel

      A few weeks ago Air Berlin demonstrated its Progressive Web App during the Google I/O developer conference. It’s staking a claim as the first airline with the service which enables users to access services such as a boarding pass at anytime and without an internet connection, after an initial web check-in.

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