Even in these days of unified communications, travel is still a vital part of business. We delve into the technology that mobile professionals can't live without.
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The retail arm of a premium airline inherited less than premium systems, and turned to the cloud to overhaul them.
The Australian government is ramping up border security control at Australian airports with the deployment of 62 automated departure eGates.
Australia's consumer watchdog fears Expedia's planned takeover of Wotif.com could hurt competition in the online travel market and result in higher fees.
Japan is moving to let airline passengers use smartphones, tablets, and other electronic devices during flight, but only if they are switched to flight mode during take-off and landing, according to the country's transport ministry.
Virgin Australia revealed today that it snapped up AU$53.8 million of capitalised software amid the acquisition of assets costing AU$73.7 million during the financial year ending 2014.
As Qantas looks down the barrel of an AU$2.8 billion loss for the financial year ending June 2014, the airline is hoping to see cash savings of AU$200 million by the end of FY15 with efficiency enhancements driven by new technology.
São Paulo transport authority wants the suspension of the transportation app
Quickflix co-founder Sam McDonagh has become the new face of Airbnb in Australia and New Zealand, after being appointed as the company's country manager for the region.
Passengers on Virgin and Qantas planes will soon no longer have to switch off their mobile phones and tablets during take off and landing.
Crowded airports, long security lines, and a shortage of power outlets. These all-too familiar gripes are the bane of business travelers. Hitting the road is hard enough, so make the best of it with these essential tools.
Airbnb is making strides to tap into what has been a relatively overlooked opportunity for the accommodations website.
Some time soon as you rush to catch a flight, Xyza could pop up to speed you on your way.
The consumer watchdog is launching a review and is inviting interested parties to submit comments about Expedia's potential acquisition of Australia's Wotif.com, a deal worth AU$700 million.
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