HITEC 2009 Web 2.0 Technology - Impact on Hospitality

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Published on June 27, 2009

Author: RobertKCole

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Presentation by Robert Cole of RockCheetah and Michael Robinson of InterContinental Hotels Group at 2009 HITEC Conference

Web 2.0 TechnologyImpact on Hospitality 3.0 ^ Robert Cole – RockCheetah LLC Michael Robinson – InterContinental Hotels Group

Presentation Overview Case for Change Why do I care? Web 1.0 / 2.0 / 3.0 Differentiation What is this Really? Web 2.0 Foundational Technologies Web 2.0 Competencies / Social Web What’s Next? Web 3.0 Technologies Hospitality Best Practice Examples Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 1 of 20

Case For Change Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 2 of 20

Why Should I Care? Maturation of the Web Crawl with WEB 1.0 Walk with WEB 2.0 Run with WEB 3.0 Everyone Born within Last 20 Years Wedded to Web Traditional encyclopedias have all but been eliminated in lieu of Search – and why not? Phone directories are ancient artifacts with issues like naming and publication dates Social Media is their playground Defy traditional marketing demographics and grouping These are Our Guests and They are More Unique Than Any Preceding Generation 90% of teenagers have made online purchase 80% of teenagers (50% of kids 8-12) carry cell phones Main use for e-mail - confirm purchase or social identity Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 3 of 20

Web 1.0 - Was Like Finding Fire Read-only Web - Static Web Pages Echoed the books and libraries of the past User Interaction was Controlled Traditional publishing / broadcast model Limited to e-mail, guestbooks, forums Search was limited to old ways of organizing Keywords & Directories Lack of Standards Led to Proprietary Browser Wars Web Applications were Brittle Interface + Content (Data) + Program Logic “Uniform access to disparate sources of information, without differences between data sources.” - Tim Berners-Lee (1989) Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 4 of 20

Web 2.0 Restated Everything The Network is the Platform is the Web The Read/Write Web - The Social Web Rich Content, extensive user participation User Interaction Leverages collective intelligence, communication & collaboration Openness, transparency & respect Search Contextual (Bing / Wolfram|Alpha) Users organizing content with tagging “A platform that gives users the possibility to control their data” - Tim O’Reilly – O’Reilly Media (2005) Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 5 of 20

Web 2.0 Rewrote Everything Standards XML – Open formats / Data transformation / ease of use AJAX - Platform independence Web Applications Blogs, wikis, podcasts, mashups, web based communities Web Services & Browser Based Software Software as a Service - Easy to update/replace Open API’s provide access to public services Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 6 of 20

What Will Web 3.0 Look Like? Intelligent Search, Behavioral Advertising Oriented around the way they want to buy, not necessarily the way we want to sell Applications are Pieced Together Relatively small & very fast Data is in the Cloud (the Web) Can run on any device (PC or phone) Very customizable, distributed virally “Computers become capable of analyzing all the data on the Web – the content, links, and transactions between people and computers. A ‘Semantic Web’… machines talking to machines.” - Tim Berners-Lee (1999) Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 7 of 20

What is This Really? Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 8 of 20

Web 2.0: Basic Characteristics Rich User Experience Tightly integrated active elements, flash multimedia Gmail & Google Maps – Rich user interfaces & mashups Radical Decentralization eBay – Occasional transactions, many merchants BitTorrent – Architecture of participation; users as servers Radical Trust Wikipedia – Content created by & for the community TripAdvisor – Leverages collective community intelligence Rapid Software Development & Release Cycle Open Source mantra – release early & release often Lightweight software environment – easily remixable Application Support - Multiple Devices/Platforms Provides user with anytime, anywhere access to content iTunes – Store, Library, Player & Phone - Audio & Video Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 9 of 20

Web 2.0 Technology: XML / RSS XML – eXtensible Markup Language Defines content separately from formatting Enables reuse of information across applications without requiring conversion Foundation for Open Travel Alliance Data Standards & Interoperability Specifications XML Schema Formats DTD (Document Type Definition) Older / Easier XSD (XML Schema Definition) Newer / More Robust RSS – Really Simple Syndication Automatic Publishing of Updated Feeds Drives Blogs, New Articles, Press Releases RSS 2.0 now most common – 67% usage Leading format for Podcasting Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 10 of 20

Web 2.0 Technology: Ajax Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) Combines Underlying Technologies Markup and Styling of Information Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Dynamic Display & Data Interaction Document Object Model (DOM) Scripting Language - JavaScript Standard Format for Data Sent to Browser eXtensible Markup Language (XML) JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) Asynchronous Data Exchange Eliminates Page Reloads Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 11 of 20

Web 2.0 Technology: Web Services Applied on the Server Side Key Components Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) Web Services Description Language (WSDL) Deployment Methods SOA Web Services Remote Procedure Calls REpresentational State Transfer (RESTful) Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 12 of 20

Web 2.0 Success Characteristics Services, not packaged software, with cost-effective scalability Control over unique, hard-to-recreate data sources that get richer as more people use them Trusting users as co-developers Harnessing collective intelligence Leveraging the long tail through customer self-service Lightweight user interfaces, development models, AND business models Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 13 of 20

The Social Web’s Role in Web 2.0 Social Media Only One Aspect of Web 2.0 User Engagement Results from Integration of Marketing Strategy & Technology Deployment Five Eras of the Social Web (Jeremiah Owyang – Forrester) Era of Social Relationships 1995 - 2007 People connect to others and share Era of Social Functionality 2007 - 2012 Social networks become like operating system Era of Social Colonization 2009 - 2011 Every experience can now be social Era of Social Context 2010 - 2012 Personalized and accurate content Era of Social Commerce 2011 - 2013 Communities define future products and services Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 14 of 20

What’s Next? Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 15 of 20

What’s Next? Web 3.0 The Semantic Web Systems Read and Categorize the Web Personalization Web Contextualized Based on Individual Artificial Intelligence Meaning Extracted from Web Interactions Dynamic Expert Communities Leverages Collective Intelligence Mobility Everything, Everywhere, All the Time The Logical Outcome? Relevant, Real-time Search, Behavioral Targeting Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 16 of 20

Web 3.0 – Know Your Data RDF - Resource Definition Format Need to Describe, Capture Knowledge & Define Relationships between “Stuff” Defines Semantic Web Relationships Through MetaData RDF Triplet Incorporates Subject – HITEC Web 2.0 Presentation Property – Presenter Object – Robert Cole RDFS (RDF Schema) Describes Properties & Classes of RDF’s OWL (Web Ontology Language) Vocabulary Describes Characteristics of RDF Properties Relationships between RDF Classes Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 17 of 20

Web 3.0 – Leverage Your Partnerships Enables Relevant Community Engagement Customers Employees Suppliers Colleagues Competitors Transitional Travel Initiatives Open Travel Alliance FastRez Simplifies XML Schema Interoperability HEDNA Universal Global Identifier (UGI) Organizes Travel Suppliers & Distributors Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 18 of 20

The Next Big Step? Google Wave Leverages the Internet (The Cloud) Integrates Real-Time Communication, Collaboration and Sequencing of Rich Content “Stuff” Creates Threaded Conversations for E-mail, Instant Messaging, Twitter, Blogging Document Edits & Game Play Leverages Open Source Applications Global Developer Community Engaged Direct Assault on Microsoft Desktop How it Dramatically Changes the World Integrates Messaging into the Hypertext Link Space Provides New Participants with a Full Backstory It’s Real & It’s Coming Soon Developer Sandbox Available Now Public Release Expected in October, 2009 Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 19 of 20

Web 1.0 / 2.0 / 3.0 Summary Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 20 of 20 Crawl Walk Run

Best Practice Examples http://prezi.com/96967/ Robert Cole | Michael Robinson HITEC 2009 – Web 2.0 Technologies Page 21 of 20

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