Whether you like holidaying with your gadgets or you're required to travel for work, there's going to come a time when you have to consider the safety of your gear, or the data it holds.
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Ewan Gray, Skyscanner's director for Asia Pacific, shares some of his experiences while on the road and a possible solution to get his wife to accept letting him take one specific piece of tech on his trips.
Johan Svanstrom, vice president and managing director, Asia Pacific, for Hotels.com, dislikes waiting in long lines, and has devised a way around it at airports. Read this week's Travel Tech Q&A to find out Svanstrom's sneaky tip.
Carolyn Bollaci, country manager for MediaMind in Australia and New Zealand, explains why it's so vital that she has her iPhone when she travels, and also reveals the importance of learning some of the language of the country you're visiting, in order to avoid any embarrassment.
Phil Vasic, regional director for Clearswift Asia Pacific, and serial traveller for work and pleasure, took some time out to tell us about some of his experiences when on the road.
Mark Troselj, an ex-miner and rugby player, has been NetSuite's managing director for APAC since 2010. He takes some time out with us to share his tips for travelling every month, and his story of how he unintentionally frightened the citizens of Shanghai.
Who can live without wireless (and free) internet? Tony Armfield, vice president, Enterprise Sales, Salesforce.com ANZ, certainly can't. Read what else he has to say in this week's Travel Tech Q&A.
In this week's Travel Tech Q&A, we get a fascinating insight into the travel experiences, useful recommendations and advice of Magda Walczak, vice president of marketing communications at Atlassian.
Collaboration and 4G networks will be the key technology shifts in the travel industry between now and 2020, according to a study commissioned by Amadeus and developed by The Futures Company.
Tourism Australia has beaten other tourism organisations around the world by having the highest number of fans on its Facebook page, which in turn influences the organisation's marketing strategies, according to the managing director of Tourism Australia.