Wireless is going through the Roof -- Can your hotel make money on it ?

Kumar, Ashok
April 2011
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2011, p50
Trade Publication
The article discusses the factors and ways hoteliers can capitalize broadband wireless networks including smartphones, tablets, electronic-readers in the U.S. It says that leasing rooftop can be a way of capitalizing the need for new networks for incremental revenues. It notes the advice from information technology (IT) experts including Kathy Donhuaser, IT director of Hart Hotels Inc., on the factors that should be considered when capitalizing the emergence of wireless network infrastructures.


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