DataArt in the News

Ubuntu jumps into Internet of Things with Acer, GE, and Microsoft

11 May 2015 | USA | IoT/M2M

by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols ZDNet reports on the recently announced partnership among Canonical, Microsoft, DataArt and Acer. "Old enemies are becoming new allies as technology shifts from the PC/desktop model to first mobile computing and now the Internet of Things (IoT). Canonical, Ubuntu...

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How Can Media and Brands Make Money with the Apple Watch?

11 May 2015 | USA | Media & Entertainment IoT/M2M

DataArt offers commentary on the recently released Apple Watch, offering some controversy to the discussion. "The Apple Watch: we’ve all seen it and read about it. Some of us may have friends who already own one because they just HAVE to be the coolest kid on the block. The...

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DataArt responds to growing demand in DACH region – expands into Germany and extends Polish operation

11 May 2015 | UK |

By Anita Podsiadlo M2mnow follows the news of DataArt expanding operations to Germany and Poland. “Fast-growing technology consulting and end-to-end solution company DataArt has announced further expansion in Western Europe, with the opening of offices in Munich, Germany and Wroclaw, Poland...

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Election results 2015: How did the pools get it so wrong?

8 May 2015 | UK | Other Industries

By Caroline Preece IT Pro, UK’s leading technology paper, wonders whether the data analytics or  the data were responsible for predicting a hung UK Parliament, quoting Alexei Miller, Managing Director of DataArt. “News is sensationalized and travels at the speed of light,...

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Step-By-Step: How DataArt Processes Application Backlogs, Converting Legacy Apps with DevOps

6 May 2015 | USA | Embedded

By David Geer DevOps spoke with Anton Krasikov, a Project Manager at DataArt, about the company’s use of DevOps to deliver high quality software in support of operations performance and the challenges to adding backlogged applications to those developed with DevOps. “DataArt designs...

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Canonical And GE Announce Smart Fridge Powered By Snappy Ubuntu Core

5 May 2015 | USA | IoT/M2M

By Janakiram MSV Forbes covers IoT World 2015 in San Francisco, where Canonical (creator of Ubuntu platform), DataArt (creator of DeviceHive M2M framework) & Microsoft  (creator of Azure), announced a strategic partnership. “Apart from GE, Canonical is partnering with Acer, DataArt,...

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Adjusting Scrum to Geographically Distributed Development

4 May 2015 | USA | Embedded

By Peter Vaihansky, Senior Vice President, DataArt Peter Vaihansky, SVP at DataArt, continues his series of articles on Scrum, the most widely accepted Agile process which at the core relies on  relatively small, self-contained, cross functional, co-located teams working very closely together,...

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Thinking About the Future of Wearables Today

30 April 2015 | USA | IoT/M2M

By Igor Kozhurenko Igor Kozhurenko, VP of Research & Development at DataArt, was asked to comment on the Apple Watch release and the future of wearables for the Sprint Business blog. "The launch of Apple Watch has meant that wearable technologies – and smart watches in particular – are...

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DataArt: Strategic Advice and Technology Solution Design for Travel and Hospitality Sector

27 April 2015 | USA | Travel & Hospitality

Greg Abbott, head of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, explains the evolved needs of travelers and the industry's efforts to reinvent itself in order to "deliver a personalized "flawless" experience to increase increase customer satisfaction." DataArt offers strategic advice and provides specific...

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Digital & IoT Are Changing the Travel Industry, One App at a Time

27 April 2015 | USA | Travel & Hospitality

David Tossell, Vice President of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, shares his thoughts on the best approaches to developing the digital guest experience and explains how the Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting travel and provides "endless opportunities for hoteliers to provide their customers with...

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