Peace of Mind at Mint Hotel

By Ryan Majeau

Man Doing Yoga in Front of ComputerDo you ever get that sinking feeling that you’ve forgot something after checking out of a hotel? It could be something as innocent as a shirt in the closet, or your toothbrush in the washroom. But what if it was something on the room’s computer? Maybe a spreadsheet or some important documents, perhaps some photos? Yes, that sinking feeling. Well if you stayed at Mint Hotel (formally City Inn), you can kiss that feeling goodbye thanks to an endpoint security solution that has your privacy in mind.

Always known for elite service, the UK based hotel chain also prides itself in offering its guests only the latest in IT innovations. Mint Hotel recently raised the bar on industry standards with the introduction of iMacs into every room in all of their hotels. With this move they knew they needed an endpoint security solution that not only protected their assets but protected yours.

“Our guests’ privacy and personal file security is paramount,” said Richard Pemberton, Head of Information Technology. With clientele often including high profile guests such as politicians the need for security and confidentiality couldn’t be more important.

Faronics Deep Freeze’s reboot-to-restore technology ensures that any changes made during a user session are erased with each restart. Your personal info, your documents, your history of use—everything erased.

“Faronics Deep Freeze was recommended strongly by Apple, and since it is hard to find a solution like this for a Mac, we quickly jumped on the opportunity to purchase it,” said Pemberton.

Deep Freeze is easy to use and the value it delivers all Mint Hotel guests is piece of mind with each and every stay. So checkout worry free! Just don’t forget your toothbrush.

Learn more about how Mint Hotel (formally City Inn) integrated Deep Freeze in this case study.

Ryan Majeau

Ryan loves technology, reading and writing about new trends or playing with new gadgets—and yes he uses three monitors. Ryan is guilty of drinking the kool-aid every now and then, is a bit of a Facebook junkie and a devout Apple fanboy (in case you couldn’t tell).