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.
TechWeek Europe asked several technology executives what they'd like for Christmas, to help solve the growing security challenges. In his whimsical request, Alexei Miller, Managing Director at DataArt, asks Santa to bring back the simplicity to the IT world:
Forbes discusses the future of communications, specifically various emerging real-time communications (RTC) tools. The article explains how WebRTC works and offers expert opinions from industry execs on pros and cons of this free and open source project designed to provide browsers and mobile applications with RTC capabilities. Anton Garkusha, a telecom expert at DataArt, shares his insight for the article.
Egor Kobelev, VP of Healthcare & Life Sciences at DataArt, discusses what it takes for companies to become HIPAA compliant and outlines three key areas that need to be taken into consideration during the planning stages: process, infrastructure and technology.
Greg Abott, SVP of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, identifies key 2016 travel trends for Travolution, a leading UK travel publication.
DataArt shared its expectations for 2016 enterprise software trends in the financial services sector with ATM Marketplace.
In his second contribution to CompareTheCloud, the head of DataArt’s IoT practice discusses new helpful systems for managing enterprise infrastructure.
As 2015 draws to a close, DataArt continues its tradition of issuing industry predictions for the upcoming year. Greg Abbott, head of DataArt’s Travel and Hospitality practice, takes a closer look at what we are to expect in 2016. Among key trends: massive consolidation in the industry; “verticalization” of the travel supply chain, the rise of alternative lodging and personalization of services.
IDG Connect conducted a straw poll of IT industry leaders, asking them what the single biggest security threat of next year will be. Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Financial Services Practice at DataArt, thinks it’s companies’ own staff. Interestingly, the majority of experts lists people, not technology, as the biggest risk.
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...Read More