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Pure Storage announces wins in autonomous travel space
Pure Storage is helping autonomous travel software solutions to meet the highly parallel, multi-dimensional performance demands of modern unstructured data.
Tripwell launches platform for travel planning and commerce
Australian based travel publisher Tripwell has launched its new digital platform, which looks to utilise social media for the purpose of travel planning and commerce.
Hotel sector heads online to engage 'dynamic travellers'
Australia’s hotel sector is increasing its uptake of online commerce and technology, with direct bookings now one of the top two revenue drivers for the industry.
Predicted travel surge prompts Mystifly to implement new travel commerce solution
The design is formatted to offer a continuous stream of shopping results from Mystiflyers airfare marketplace and actively process close to 300 itinerary options per shopping query.
You're invited for Breakfast Bites: Travel is back on the agenda - what consumers are longing for
The pandemic’s impact on the global travel and tourism industry will create a long-lasting historical impact for years to come as operators piece their businesses back together, and there’s good news ahead.
'Such a mess' - IT teams work overnight to fix immigration glitch
Immigration advisers have described the first day of the country's new residence scheme as a shambles.
Entrust launches a fully digital, seamless travel solution
Entrust has announced its expansion to the travel industry with its Seamless Travel Solution, a fully-digital travel service.
The sky’s the limit: Serko & Booking.com bring corporate travel to life
With travel comes the requirement for flights, rental cars, and hotels. Behind all of that is a Kiwi success story by the name of Serko.
Entrust acquires identity verification company WorldReach
Global security company Entrust has acquired WorldReach, enabling solutions for Digital Traveller and Citizen Identity experiences.
Vodafone enables 5G roaming in hope of future international travel
Vodafone NZ has become the first operator in Aotearoa to enable 5G roaming, to Australia and three other countries.
Sabre looks to disrupt travel industry with new offering powered by Google's AI
"We are combining Google Cloud’s infrastructure, AI and machine-learning capabilities with Sabre’s deep travel domain knowledge to create, not next, but third-generation solutions."
World's best city for WiFi speed and 5G revealed
The study looked at the number of free wifi spots, the average cost of data, the number of restaurants with free wifi, as well as the average upload and download speeds.
Coronavirus: Businesses providing laptops to employees for remote working
Some businesses are also getting ready for more staff to potentially work from home by providing laptops or remote access.
Travel opportunities abound for China-based companies despite ongoing global uncertainty
More than half of China-based companies believe the country's Belt and Road initiative is creating opportunities for business travel.
Travel photos on Flickr hint at people's global travel patterns
What can millions of travel pics on photo-sharing site Flickr help researchers understand about people’s travelling patterns? It turns out the answer is quite a lot.
Digital detox akin to smoking and drinking withdrawal
"The findings show many of the travellers initially experienced symptoms of anxiety and frustration."
Aussie workers struggling to switch off while on holiday
A new survey has found Australian workers are struggling to disconnect while on vacation
Lonely Planet partners with Acquia to enhance the travel experience
“Lonely Planet recognises the value of putting the right technology in place."
EU to roll out digital lie detectors at border security checkpoints
Travellers through Hungary, Greece and Latvia may soon encounter a lie detector when they try to cross the border.
Using technology to inspire customers
"It starts with understanding what drives your existing customers."
Electronic lock vulnerabilities can lead attackers directly to your hotel room
Next time you stay at a hotel as part of a business or personal trip, you may want to ask if the hotel’s locking systems are up-to-date.
How to mitigate cyber risks while travelling
Over the past year, compromises of payment card data, network intrusions, and cyberattacks using hotel Wi-Fi have plagued the hospitality industry.
Travellers rejoice, Aussies launch ‘pop-up’ check-in service
“By collaborating with innovators, we are transforming the travel experience...”
Act fast and make it easy: Getting the most out of feedback for travel organisations
A significant proportion of holidaymakers in Australia and New Zealand believe their feedback never reaches anyone who can make a difference.