Independent hoteliers can be especially vulnerable to data security breaches, making it vital for properties to secure their emails, websites, payment systems and more against potential threats.
May 25, the launch date for the General Data Protection Regulation, is just around the corner. Make sure your hotel is ready to comply. Here are some tips to save your database.
Google is cracking down on insecure websites, announcing a July 18 deadline for websites to be HTTPS approved. This means users may be driven away from hotel websites that don’t meet the requirements.
Technology holds a number of benefits for the hospitality industry and it’s having a huge impact on the workforce and the way businesses manage customer relationships.
Hotel data can be used in many ways, not all of them effective. Learn how to be smarter and more focused with analytics at your property.
Hotel data analysis is being increasingly driven by the power consumers now have in sourcing information and making independent purchase decisions.
Hotels should be relying on the data they can pull from their various system to boost revenue. Here's the hotel data you should be using to drive decisions...
Not all data is created equal. Here's how you should be using real-time data to drive profitability at your hotel...
What exactly is PCI DSS compliance? What does your hotel need to do to ensure you’re meeting the requirements of the data security standards? Here’s a quick start guide from the SiteMinder team...
What does the mobile strategy of the future look like for hoteliers? This blog uses research from PricewaterhouseCoopers to explore the possibilities.
What website features do international travellers want from your hotel's website? SiteMinder uses stats from Worldpay to examine the online booking journey.