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Greater Control of Accommodations Leads Business Travelers to Anticipate Trips More

Eighty-eight percent of travelers look forward to a business trip if they can choose the accommodation style they want, and 84 percent are more inclined to travel within corporate policy if more accommodation options are available, according to BridgeStreet’s recent Online Guest Survey of 129 clients and customers, half of whom self-reported as nonmanagement employees. Continue reading Greater Control of Accommodations Leads Business Travelers to Anticipate Trips More

Holiday Travel with Company Computers Presents Risks

“While technology has enabled people to be productive regardless of location, it’s also creating new ways for hackers to infiltrate otherwise secure systems,” said Mike McKee, CEO of ObserveIT, which helps corporate security teams prevent cybersecurity threats from within their companies.

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Hotel guests use Wi-Fi within seven minutes

According to a survey of travelers, 65% of guests were online within seven minutes of checking into a hotel.

Seven minutes. That’s how long it takes to microwave a small frozen pizza. It’s the length of Led Zeppelin’s No Quarter, give or take a second. And it’s also the maximum amount of time that the majority of hotel guests can go without connecting to Wi-Fi.

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