Predicting WHAT'S NEXT for Technology in Hospitality

Rice, Douglas C.
April 2012
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2012, p26
Trade Publication
The article reports that predicting the landscape of toolsets in information technology (IT) infrastructure is the biggest challenge faced by technology executives. It states that the hospitality industry consist of several building blocks including network protocols, data protocols and operating systems. It further discusses three major trends which will shape the future of world including development of cloud service brokerage, mobility in the infrastructure and investment in Wi-FI network.


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