Have you ever wondered what the future face of the Hospitality sector might look like by 2020? There is always something new: More clients are becoming tech savvy with phones, tablets and apps while the hotel is keeping up with this by using state of the art technology replacing the traditional ways and means. Customers’ comments are being given to hotels through social media. This helps them improve their services.
Forecast for the sector: The hotel, restaurant and catering sector is to increase annually at 9.5% to US $35.9 billion by 2018. In 2013 it was US $22.8 billion. As for average occupancy rate, it is probably going to be in the range of 68% – 74% from 2013 to 2018. Average Daily Rate is forecast to be in the range of US $225 to US $263 in the same timeframe. This can only be good news for hotel marketing.
Saudi Arabia is thought to remain the leading player as far as income is concerned and in second place will be the UAE. Happenings in the future in UAE and Qatar are to be the main stimuli for restaurant, catering and hotel marketing in these places.
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There is no doubt in the fact that technology has taken over everyone’s life. It has revolutionized everything and now, there is no possibility of just ignoring it, as it makes one’s life easier and much more enjoyable. So many important inventions have been made through the latest technology which has made a life changing drastic effect possible. This effect has not just changed a particular thing, but it has changed the things people do in daily life, for example the way of communication, the way people do business, how they work and much more. This list of changes goes on and it will most definitely continue as new inventions are made.
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When it comes to frantically trying to recover deleted text messages and other important information that has seemingly been lost forever, we have all experienced the panic that sets in when we believe that there is no possible way to get our data back.
But did you know that there are feasible options for iPhone SMS recovery and iPhone data recovery? You can recover lost text messages from iPhone, thanks to the usage of helpful third party iPhone data recovery software-iFoneMate.
With the help of iFoneMate, lost data is a thing of the past. Your contacts, your messages, your message attachments and your photo streams are always safe. There are a number of difficult circumstances that lead to the loss of data and iFoneMate is ready and willing to provide you with the assistance you need to make these issues a thing of the past.
If the information of iPhone has been lost due to faulty operation, an iOS system upgrade, a restoration to factory settings, a forgotten password, a jailbreak gone wrong, water damage, a viral attack, theft, or a battery replacement, iFoneMate is able to recover the information quickly and efficiently.
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Successfully delegating a task to one of your team members without being annoying is a skill only few leaders have. It takes a lot of practice and skill to be good at delegation, which in essence is the key to being a great leader. You can’t just ask your team to do something big for you and expect them to do it. You have to understand their goals, what motivates them and how to effectively communicate in order to get the work done. If you want to be great at delegation, makes these 5 tips your mantra.
Ask exactly what it is you want them to do
Do not beat around the bush. Make sure the work responsibilities are very clear. It’s better if you set the milestones for your team yourself. Communicate openly and ask if there’s anything you can do to help them. This will allow each member to know their role. Set your expectations too. For instance, if there’s a new mobile application development project you want them to do, assign each member a set of task, as well as your expectation by the end of month.
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Scientillion is a search engine for scientists and researchers. It has been specifically designed to perform full-text searches on the most important repositories of scientific publications like ArXiv.org or PubMed.org. Like that it is possible to search millions of pre-prints and full-text articles of scientific papers from natural sciences like astronomy, biology, mathematics, computer science, physics or medicine. The search-engine performs surprisingly fast and a handsome ad-on are author-searches which make it possible to list publications from certain authors only.
The project is still rather young but nevertheless already performs surprisingly well giving precise results for highly specific queries and in fact already now can support researchers in their day-by-day business. In order not to loose track on interesting papers the search-engine allows to build ones private bookmark library which is accessible from any place in the world.
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In a world of celebrity hacking and database fraud, cloud computer technology is a phrase not without many murky connotations. But forget everything you read as this form on online enterprise is leading the way for companies to publish, digest and share information on the internet with positive intentions. In this article we will explore its definition and common uses.
Firstly, let’s understand what cloud computer technology means, which can be defined as a vehicle for providing information technology services in which resources are collected from the internet through web-based tools and applications, rather than a straight-through connection to a server. You may be aware that data and software packages are stored in servers, although the make-up of cloud computing grants it access to information as long as an electronic device is connected to the web. It’s this form of system that allows employees to work from home, i.e. outside of the office and the host server.
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS)
It can be said that using an existing infrastructure on a pay-per-use scheme may be the obvious choice for brands and corporations cutting cost of investing to secure, manage and sustain an IT infrastructure. A company may also rely on PaaS with similar intentions whilst also seeking to improve the growth rate on a ready-to-use platform to deploy applications.
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