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React Mobile gets $6M in funding to develop hotel panic-button tech
By Jill Menze | May 27, 2020
The company, which provides panic-button technology for hotel workers, has raised $6 million in funding through a strategic partnership with Brady Corporation. Read More
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Consider what happens after the crisis is over (and use it to your advantage)
Consider what happens after the crisis is over (and use it to your advantage)
By Gavin Smith - Element | May 25, 2020
How you can make the business and your people work better, because when this situation is over, and it will be over, people will start travelling again.  Read More
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TripActions aggregates sources of COVID-19 data to assist companies, travelers
By Mitra Sorrells | May 25, 2020
The company is launching a series of new products that surface COVID-19 data for companies and travelers. Read More
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EasyJet admits security hack of 9 million passenger records
EasyJet admits security hack of 9 million passenger records
By Kevin May | May 20, 2020
The Europe-based airline says the attack captured names, email addresses and travel details, including 2,200 customers that had their credit card details stolen. Read More
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VIDEO: New Reality With... Amir Amidi and Lio Chen of Plug And Play
VIDEO: New Reality With... Amir Amidi and Lio Chen of Plug And Play
By PhocusWire | May 15, 2020
The next guests on the New Reality With... series are Amir Amidi and Lio Chen, managing partner and senior vice president respectively for Plug and Play, the U.S.-based platform for... Read More
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Experts warn companies to prepare for security breaches when travel restrictions lift
By Linda Fox | May 5, 2020
Travel companies may have seen an increase in phishing attacks due to the volume of refunds issued recently, but experts say they should brace for security breaches as restrictions lift. Read More
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Post-coronavirus air travel: Disinfection tunnels, immunity passports and in-flight janitors
By Mitra Sorrells | April 24, 2020
Aviation marketing consultancy SimpliFlying has more than 70 suggestions of how airports and airlines can change to prepare for post-COVID travel. Read More
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New technology measures distance between travelers in airport security lines
By Mitra Sorrells | April 22, 2020
Motion analytics company iinside is updating its technology to measure crowd density in airports in response to coronavirus-prompted social distancing guidelines.   Read More
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The 7 stages to the "new normal" in travel
By Timothy O'Neil-Dunne - 777 Partners  | April 8, 2020
Timothy O'Neil-Dunne, principal at 777 Partners, shares his take on how and when the travel world begins to return to a normal, steady state. Read More
Opinion | Online
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Marriott is victim of another massive data breach
By Mitra Sorrells | March 31, 2020
Marriott says 5.2 million guests have been impacted by a data breach it discovered in late February. Read More
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Trip.com Group's James Liang: Mobile apps could help to contain epidemics
By James Liang - Trip.com Group  | March 20, 2020
Trip.com Group chairman James Liang explains how a mobile app could be used to address issues related to travel during crises such as the current one caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus. Read More
Opinion | Technology
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Corporate travel on the front line of global incidents
By Linda Fox | March 18, 2020
The corporate travel industry has to deal with an increasing volume of incidents related to weather, terrorism - and now health - that impact travel. Read More
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Cathay Pacific fined £500,000 after "brute force" data breach
Cathay Pacific fined £500,000 after "brute force" data breach
By Linda Fox | March 9, 2020
A regulator in the U.K. imposed the fine, saying that between October 2014 and May 2018, the airline’s computer systems did not have “appropriate security measures” to protect customer data. Read More
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MGM Resorts falls victim to data breach
By Linda Fox | February 24, 2020
MGM Resorts was the victim of a security breach affecting the personal details of millions of guests in the summer of 2019, according to reports. Read More
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As short-term rental industry grows, so does use of management tech
By Mitra Sorrells | February 20, 2020
A survey by Rentals United finds short-term rental property managers are increasingly using technology.   Read More
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