It’s not just food, drink, entertainment and good service that wins over customers. WiFi has become part of ensuring a satisfactory customer experience with 60% of people saying they would be more likely to return to a restaurant if it gave free internet access. While customers might consider WiFi as…Details
05/01/2018 – Airangel has signed a distribution agreement with leading IT distributor, EET Europarts. The agreement will see the inclusion of Airangel’s Captivnet brand of cloud-based WiFi solutions included in their product portfolio. The Captivnet platform provides guest WiFi access, a suite of automated marketing tools, and an advanced reporting engine; the…Details
Get Living is a pioneer in the UK’s emerging Build-to-Rent (BTR) sector, renting homes to more than 3,000 people at two London locations, with new neighbourhoods planned across the UK. Get Living’s first 1,500 rental homes were in East Village, the London 2012 Athletes’ Village. From there, Get Living announced…Details
By Steve Haskew, technical director, Airangel When it comes to hotel WiFi security, you probably have two types of guests. Some (the minority) may ask front of house staff how safe it is, while others, (the majority) are likely to log in and start browsing the Internet for work or…Details
So here we are on our two-week anniversary of #RESIConf (‘17) and after half a month of contemplation, what did we learn?