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Plumbing and legionella: Setting the record straight
Facilities Management
It might seem that technology puts more information in the hands of maintenance and engineering managers than ever before. While that might be true, the information might not be accurate. Consider the example of Legionella, the bacteria that causes Legionnaire's Disease.
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Hospitality tech study points to digital signage, mobile payments
Mobile Payments Today
Hospitality Technology magazine has released the results of its second annual Customer Engagement Technology Study, according to an announcement, and the news is good for digital signage, social media and mobile payments.
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High-tech cigarettes pose questions for facility managers
Today's Facility Manager
One newer technology facility managers may find impacting their facilities procedures soon are e-cigarettes. Is it smoking when someone uses one? Or is it not smoking? That is the question!
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Hotels to collect record amount in fees this year
USA Today
U.S. hotels are on track to collect a record $2.1 billion in total fees and surcharges this year, a new study out of New York University says. That tops last year's record of $2 billion collected by hotels, the study released recently says.
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New cloud-based systems manage hotels
The Arizona Republic
new Internet- or cloud-based property-management systems are giving operators a reason to junk their servers and switch to the latest user-friendly systems. Industry officials say those systems can streamline check-ins, improve customer service, save money and give managers remote access to all their hotel-operating information.
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Electrical safety in the workplace: Not someone else's job
Salem Leader
While many homeowners take great care with electrical safety around their homes, it's easy for those same folks to let their guard down in the workplace. Unless you're the building superintendent, in charge of maintenance, or the office handyman, it's easy to think of electrical safety as "someone else's job."
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Hotels get creative to attract group business
USA Today
Having a meeting at a hotel no longer means having to sit in a windowless, overly air-conditioned room and noshing on cold cuts sandwiched between stale bread. Hotels are finally starting to lure leisure travelers back as the economy improves, but they are still struggling to convince businesses that they should send groups of employees off-campus for face-to-face meetings.
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Immigration bill benefits travel industry and US economy
Travel Weekly
Just as America's travel season was getting into full swing, the U.S. Senate approved historic immigration reform legislation that recognizes the power of travel to deliver jobs and economic opportunity to communities across the nation.
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How boutique hotels are courting googlers and gamers
Entrepreneur
Once upon the 1970s and '80s, pinball wizards and Pac-Man mavens could count on camping out in the hotel arcade for kicks. Now in a retro revival, hotel game rooms are back at a crop of design-forward hotels across the U.S., this time with adults in mind.
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