Michelin-starred restaurant to launch augmented reality cocktail menu

01.05.17 Michelin-starred restaurant to launch augmented reality cocktail menu In May 2017, the Michelin-starred London restaurant and bar, City Social, is set to launch Mirage, the world’s first augmented reality cocktail menu. 18 months in the making, Mirage uses a purpose-built app, created by Mustard Designs. Upon selecting one of the 12 new drinks, guests […]

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Hilton Embraces a ‘Millennial Mindset’ to Meet Customer Expectations

Hilton Embraces a ‘Millennial Mindset’ to Meet Customer Expectations April 24, 2017 Mark Weinstein Senior Vice President, Customer Experience, Engagement, Loyalty and Partnerships Hilton Worldwide It’s no secret that millennials have high standards for customer experience, especially as companies like Amazon and Starbucks continue to raise the bar. The hospitality space is no exception, and […]

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How Government Is Reforming IT Procurment and What It Means for Vendors

How Government Is Reforming IT Procurement and What it Means for Vendors The way state and local government buys technology is changing. But how? by Ben Miller / April 6, 2017 Flexibility. If there’s one thing that everybody involved in government procurement — chief information officers, procurement officials, vendors and civic tech folk — appear […]

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Whitlock Bundles Microsoft Surface Hub in Collaboration-as-a-Service

Whitlock Bundles Microsoft Surface Hub in Collaboration-as-a-Service New initiative also includes Polycom-based bundle and will soon feature Cisco and Google all-in-one collaboration-based devices. April 10, 2017 D. Craig MacCormack Employees of Quorum and Whitlock use the Microsoft Surface Hub for video conferencing and presentations in at Quorum’s offices in Houston. (Photo by Nathan Lindstrom)   […]

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Telemedicine saves time, travel costs, even air quality, new study finds

By Heather Mack March 22, 2017 While telehealth policies, technological advancements and utilization continue to grow, whether it actually reduces healthcare costs and improves outcomes is still a point of some contention. As the bulk of such analysis focuses on the bottom line of health plans and employers, researchers at University of California Davis instead […]

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InfoComm 2017’s New TIDE Conference

News Releases InfoComm 2017’s New TIDE Conference to Feature Thought Leaders From Local Projects, TAIT, Hamilton, NASA and More FAIRFAX, Va., March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Tony Award-nominated Sound Designer Nevin Steinberg has created exceptional experiences for audiences of Hamilton, Avenue Q and Monty Python’s Spamalot. On June 13, he will join a lineup of influential […]

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