Open Source & IoT Insights
  • How to be certain about your data in an uncertain future

    28 January 2016 | UK | Media

    The Register discusses the many ways that sensitive data can be compromised and the need for properly executed flexible data structures, extensively quoting Artyom Astafurov, head of IoT/M2M practice at DataArt.

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  • Learn IoT with the Best

    13 January 2016 | USA | Press Release

    January 16, 2016 –  DataArt and DeviceHive will partner with other IoT experts at a full-day online IoT conference, providing insights to developers, designers, data analysts, makers, and entrepreneurs interested in IoT. More than 300 attendees are expected to join and interact with 13 experts from various...

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  • Glad Tidings I bring: 2016 Is Going to Mean Big Data Gets Sorted

    4 January 2016 | UK | Media

    IoT Now, UK's premier source on an IoT enabled business, runs the second article by Artyom Astafurov, head of IoT practice at DataArt, where he heralds the large-scale IoT and cloud computing developments to hit the market in 2016. Advancements in data management systems and IoT platforms like DeviceHive are to resolve much of the ambiguity around the promise of Big Data and to lead to its widespread adoption.

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  • 2016 IoT Predictions

    1 January 2016 | USA | Media

    After reaching out to a wide network of IoT gurus, including IoT/M2M practice at DataArt, Boston Commons presents a roundupof hot Internet of Things (IoT) trends leading into 2016. The gist of the report is that IoT is at the center of strategic technology trends in 2016 and the use of M2M and IoT applications for customer experience will go mainstream across industries with ability to cut costs, create additional revenue, and provide incredible new data. The growing pains of IoT remain to be data management struggle and security issues.

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  • Big Data Predictions for 2016

    30 December 2015 | USA | Media

    ZDNet runs 2016 big data and analytics predictions from 17 industry experts, and includes input from DataArt. The 60 predictions range from converged approaches and streaming analytics to industrial IoT disrupting the asset intelligence industry and AI & ML becoming mainstream. While some proclaim that "in 2016 the IoT invades the datacenter" IoT technologies are far from standardized, and that's a barrier to entry for the datacenter.

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  • From Self-Serving to Self-Improvement: How Digital Technologies are Making us Better Citizens

    21 December 2015 | Europe | Media

    Cisco's technology news site, The Network, runs a story on the use of mobile apps to promote positive citizen behavior and personal growth, as they inspire instant feedback and social support while offering the chance to earn rewards, featuring two winning apps by DataArt.

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  • Tech Consultancy Offers Predictions for Enterprise Software in 2016

    10 December 2015 | USA | Media

    DataArt shared its expectations for 2016 enterprise software trends in the financial services sector with ATM Marketplace

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  • Welcome to the new and easy era of containers and software-defined infrastructure

    9 December 2015 | UK | Media

    In his second contribution to CompareTheCloud, the head of DataArt’s IoT practice discusses new helpful systems for managing enterprise infrastructure.

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  • One year on: Apache Spark Continues a Winning Battle Against Data Management Misery

    7 December 2015 | UK | Media

    By Artyom Astafurov In his first contribution to Compare the Cloud, Artyom Astafurov, Senior VP of IoT/M2M at DataArt, urges the readers to “take a deep breath and herald the arrival of Apache Spark – the missing link in data management set to make all our lives easier.” Following the...

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  • Inaugural New York Open Source IoT Summit a Resounding Success

    2 December 2015 | Blog

    DataArt, in partnership with Microsoft and Canonical, hosted its first annual Open Source IoT Summit in New York City. On November 12, 2015, six dozen technology innovators gathered at Microsoft’s New York Conference Center on Times Square to learn how they can develop their own in-house IoT solutions...

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