Allbridge and DSI Revolutionize DIRECTV Installations for the Future of Property Technology

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Raleigh, N.C., June 6, 2023 - Allbridge, a trailblazer in property technology solutions, has recently announced a strategic partnership with DSI, a leading sales enablement company specializing in consumer and commercial opportunities within the indirect dealer space. This remarkable partnership opens up new horizons for Allbridge as it expands its DIRECTV installations footprint, on the lodging and institutions market. 

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The Top 4 Top Technology Priorities for Senior Living Communities

The majority of seniors are incredibly comfortable using technological devices. To provide a comforting living experience, senior living communities must begin investing in technology that enables their residents to feel right at home. For example, a high-speed network for senior living communities enables properties to deliver data, video, and voice to residents so that they can enjoy their new home.

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The Importance of Cloud Management for Wi-Fi Networks

In the past, your network provider would have to move from room to room to install, update, and troubleshoot hardware and network systems. Thanks to modern technology, however, property managers are increasingly moving to Wi-Fi networks with cloud management functionality that makes network management more efficient. Thanks to remote access and real-time dashboards accessible via the cloud, providers can more easily manage these networks—without having to be on-site at your property.

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4 Reasons Why Hosted Voice Solutions are Valuable for Hospitality Properties

Over the last 14 years, the cloud has grown from an exciting new technology championed by early adapters into a must-have for organizations across all industries. To take advantage of cost savings, scalability, flexibility, and reliability, businesses are increasingly moving their workloads and tools into the cloud. The trend is no different in the Hospitality industry. Today’s leading Hospitality properties are moving to hosted voice solutions, i.e., phone services that are delivered via the cloud, resulting in both lowered costs and happier guests. For example, Marriott is one major brand that has moved its voice services entirely to hosted solutions.

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Why You Need to Know the Differences Between Gen Z and Millenials

Over the past 10 years, Millennials (individuals born between 1980 and 1995) have been the primary target for hotels and student housing communities alike. Many hotel chains have launched minimalist brands to appeal to this population, and student housing developers have tailored their design concepts to be Millennial-focused with minimalist, modern features, co-working spaces, and open-concept lounges.

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Why Hoteliers Need to Prioritize Wifi and Connectivity Networks | Allbridge

Every year brings new, developing trends and challenges to the hotel and hospitality industry. While there are some common challenges, like staffing shortages, changing consumer demands, and creating a great experience, there is one main developing trend that all hoteliers need to be aware of. The rise of technology and connectivity within a hotel is taking center stage, and you need to be aware of how you can incorporate Wifi into your guest experiences. Technology has become an integral part of the hospitality industry, particularly when it comes to guest experience. In order for hoteliers to stay ahead of trends and remain competitive in the industry, they need to prioritize their wifi and connectivity networks. Understanding why this is important as well as what you can do to ensure your network is up to date will help you deliver a great experience for guests.

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Is Cable TV Dead?

"Cable TV is dead."

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Hosted vs. Premise Voice Solutions

Are you considering upgrading your property’s voice solution? Let’s explore the benefits and things to consider before you make the move. 

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The Best Internet Setup for Your Senior Living Community

When we talk about residents of senior living in 2023, we’re referring to members of the baby boomer and Gen X generations. Baby boomers are much more technologically adept than their counterparts from a few decades ago. In fact, a recent Pew study found that 40 percent of seniors now own smartphones. In fact, a recent Pew study found that 61 percent of seniors now own smartphones. Let’s explore the topic more thoroughly.   

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