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.
Grant Powell interviews Roman Chernyshev, VP Healthcare & Life Sciences at DataArt EU about the development of the KidPro app - aimed at children undergoing clinical trials. Roman also offers his thoughts on the IT industry and future developments he'd like to see in IT related to healthcare.
Hotel News Resource runs an article by Greg Abbott, SVP of Travel and Hospitality at DataArt, on the transformations taking place in the travel industry, where he explains how establishing common standards helped to consolidate, simplify and streamline the once scattered process of travel planning, a valuable lesson to other industries.
DataArt Appoints Financial Technology Heavyweight Cliff Moyce as Global Head of Its Financial Practice
TabbFORUM and Bobsguide pick up the news of DataArt appointing Cliff Moyce as the global head of its financial services practice.
Following a recent ban on data roaming charges by the European Parliament, Dmitry Bagrov shares his observations of the effects on consumers as well as various service providers with Vanilla +. As navigation and other location based and voice control services that rely on data connection, become free, bringing victory to consumers and providers of these free mobile services, some will have to pay the price.
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.