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Hotel operators rely on IoT for operational efficiency

Hotel operators rely on IoT for operational efficiency

More and more, hotel operators are using the Internet of Things to create a positive, homely experience for guests. But in addition to guest experience, operators are also relying on IoT and data conn...
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    2018/01/17
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