Launched in 2015, Microsoft’s newest Operating System (OS) Windows 10 was quickly embraced by home users, an adoption which was helped in part by the free upgrade from Windows 7 and 8. Modern and practical, Windows 10 quickly dispelled the bad memories of Windows 8 and 8.1, which were not well received by businesses. However,
In today’s day and age, a hotel is almost completely reliant on technology. Even a short period of downtime can have a huge effect on the business. According to Gartner, the average cost of IT downtime is $5,600 per minute. Of course, the actual number will depend on the size of your company and the
In a previous article about the importance of environmental monitoring in hospitality, I talked about the different elements that are monitored; temperature, humidity, water ingress and power. In this article I will delve further and highlight the six key reasons why environmental monitoring is so crucial to any business in the hospitality sector. 1. Disaster
Cardonet are proud to have renewed our gold sponsorship of HOSPA for another year and look forward to working closely with Jane and her team as they continue to help Finance, Revenue Management and IT professionals in the hospitality industry develop their careers, network with colleagues and keep up-to-date with the latest hotel trends and developments.
One of our charity customers recently took over the operations of another charity. Names sadly can’t be mentioned due to confidentiality agreements, but as part of the due diligence process, it was identified that the existing technology was old, error prone and generally not fit for purpose. Part of their take over plans therefore included