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Go back to the enewsletter Hyatt Hotels Corporatio

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterHyatt Hotels Corporation will open the group’s first Hyatt Regency branded property in Budapest, Hungary in early 2020 in the landmark building Postapalota, the former postal office on Petőfi Sándor Street.Positioned in the hilly district of Buda, the 231-room property will be situated near the vibrant Váci Street and a five-minute walk to the Danube river and Royal Palace. Other hotel facilities include a ballroom, spa, fitness facilities and an indoor pool.“The development of Hyatt Regency Budapest demonstrates Hyatt’s commitment to growing the Hyatt Regency brand footprint throughout Central and Eastern Europe,” said Takuya Aoyama, vice president development, Eastern Europe, Russia & CIS at Hyatt.Budapest’s Postapalota – the future location of Hyatt Regency Budapest“We are delighted to bring this landmark building back to life,” said Dr. Michael Hutter, owner of Városház Utca Projekt Ingatlanforgalmazó Kft, the firm behind the project which struck a management agreement with a Hyatt affiliate.“We believe the globally recognised Hyatt Regency brand will help further transform Petőfi Sándor Street to become a sought-after destination for shopping, dining and culture. It’s an honour for us to be part of this process and we believe the hotel will be a successful development.”Hyatt Regency Budapest adds to Hyatt’s growing brand footprint in Hungary and Central & Eastern Europe, which will include the recently announced Párisi Udvar, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, located on Ferenciek Square on the Pest side of the city. Further additions in the region will include Hyatt Regency Zadar Maraska, Croatia and Hyatt Regency Sofia, Bulgaria.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

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Security for the Cloud

first_imgIn the past several weeks I blogged about the cloud computing market, virtualization trends, and the mobile and technology trends that cut across them, including identity management and provisioning.Today I’ll touch on security. In my post here I discussed the concept of security for everything “outside the company’s walls”, which is what both cloud and mobile encompass. In retrospect, this is incorrect, since private cloud has a large impact on internal IT provisioning inside the firewall as well, and cloud security actually starts with security inside the data center first.In any case, cloud and mobile security require a few things:Virtualization security. Underlying the private cloud are hypervisors from VMWare, MSFT and others. The key to private cloud enablement is vendors focused on securing virtual workloads and virtualized data centers. These include Catbird, Hytrust, Reflex Systems, Altor and others. Some of these issues are discussed in this Network World article.Securing SaaS applications. Many private cloud-based applications are offered to users via a browser, and of course public cloud-based applications are as well. Therefore, protecting that interface is key for cloud security.  Data security. Once you start talking about the public cloud or hybrid clouds, you need to ensure you have serious data encryption and understand security compliance standards at the third party data centers where your data resides.  Device management and security. For mobile, it’s key to run software that secures the actual mobile device. You should enforce policy concerning what should be placed or not placed on each device. Encrypt and enable or disable applications on mobile devices as appropriate. Vendors like Mobile Iron and Zenprise (both backed by venture capital investment) along with others are players in this space.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

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