Hospitality Net features Greg Abbott, head of the Travel Practice at DataArt, as he explores the concept of solution design and its role in the ultimate success of development projects, many of which fail due to a less than systematic approach to upfront analysis, planning and stakeholder involvement.
Alexei Miller, Managing Director at DataArt, shares his thoughts with Nearshore Americas on cyber security for distributed teams, dispelling common myths and offering specific approaches to reduce the risk of data breaches.
Cliff Moyce, Global Head of Financial Services Practice at DataArt, speaks with Bankless Times about the dawn of alternative, customer-centric financial services that challenge specific segments of traditional banking.
CIO Review picks up the news of the dedicated Telecom Practice launch by DataArt, highlighting its focused offerings, the telecom market conditions and looking ahead at the upcoming exhibition at Mobile World Congress. Eugene Goland, President of DataArt and Michael Lazar, Head of its Telecom Practice, comment on the launch.
WatersTechnology asked Peter Vaihansky, Senior Vice President at DataArt, about the benefits of blockchain technology and how it differs from bitcoin.
Forbes looks ahead at communications trends in 2016, listing a few key market players to watch for. DataArt is highlighted as a firm that adjusted its business model to provide consulting within specific vertical markets and is at the forefront of integrating open source technologies into its solutions.
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.
In a bylined article for HealthIT and mHealth Dan Piekarz looks at the traits of Millennials who are about to become the largest generation of Americans and a primary economic force. Yet to win their hearts, the healthcare industry must change its ways.
As ITB Berlin, the world’s largest travel trade show, celebrates its 50th anniversary, the organizes arranged a series of interviews with the industry leaders around the globe. Charlotte Lamp Davies, VP of Travel & Hospitality, Europe at DataArt, talks about the future of travel tech and women’s role in it.
Contemplating the future of financial technology in Institutional Investor, Jeffrey Kulter asks the industry leaders to reconstruct the definition of fintech, "since everyone wants a piece of it" but "the concept is vague and undifferentiated." Alexei Miller of DataArt offers his insight.