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DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION STRATEGIES FOR HOSPITALITY

According to the 2021 Skift Digital Transformation Report, the Asia-Pacific region is leading the way when it comes to digital transformation in the hospitality and travel industry. Hit first by the pandemic,…

MANAGED IT SERVICES CAN SAVE YOUR CLUB $$$

The traditional way of handling IT system technical problems is the break-fix cycle, or worse… the break-Band-Aid cycle. With increased digitisation, network interactions, security of sensitive data…

A CYBERCRIME IS REPORTED EVERY 8 MINUTES

Ransomware attacks increasing in Australia. A cybercrime is now reported every eight minutes in Australia with criminals and spies taking advantage of large numbers of people working from home and…

GET READY FOR 2021 – WHO READS THE DROP?

The Drop was launched in 2015 by its founders, Justine Channing (Gaming Specialist), Danielle Rayner (GSL - Customer Loyalty Specialist) and Linda Joannides (Marketing Specialist). All three principals…

GLOBAL GAMING CUSTOMERS SEE EVERYTHING WITH OMNI VISION

Omni VISION lets you see everything across your venue: Gaming performance data in real-time from your Global Gaming System. Data from a single venue or multiple venues. See everything in “real…

GETTING MORE FROM YOUR SECURITY & SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS

Security systems have a very important job to do – they protect your business and its assets, including your team, your clients and your reputation. And they can play an even bigger role – the information…

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FIVE FOOD & HOSPITALITY TRENDS FOR A POST-LOCKDOWN WORLD

For many it has been a tremendously difficult period, however we are starting to emerge from the lockdown period, and tentatively look towards the future. Of the micro-trends that have risen in the…

VICTORIA AND NSW EASE MORE RESTRICTIONS AS PART OF COVIDSAFE PLAN

NSW NSW will scrap the limit of 50 people at indoor venues such as cafes, restaurants and churches on July 1, Premier Gladys Berejiklian has confirmed. Announcing the state would implement the next…

VENUE OCCUPANCY REAL-TIME DATA – MAKING USE OF YOUR EXISTING CCTV CAMERAS

Knowing how many people are in your venue – and in each separate zone of your venue – will be one of the big pressure points for our industry over coming months and probably longer. Occupancy will…

FACIAL RECOGNITION FOR CLUBS & PUBS: YOUR TOP 10 QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Facial Recognition technology is still a relatively new concept for many clubs and pubs across Australia. There are legal questions around what the legislation allows as well as how and where sensitive…

SINT – THERMAL BODY TEMPERATURE READERS AND PEOPLE COUNTERS INTEGRATES WITH PAGING

A slow and steady phased reopening schedule for clubs and hotels will be heavily monitored by state governments across the country. Discussions are already underway between government and industry bodies…

BARRINGTONS OFFER COMPLIMENTARY WHS & COVID-19 RISK MINIMISATION TRAINING FOR THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

The Barrington Group is offering a fully customised and complimentary WHS & Covid-19 Risk Minimisation Training Course for the hospitality industry and assists with the need for clubs and hotels to…