DataArt in the News

Users' data compromised after technical glitch at Home Office contractor

17 July 2015 | UK | Travel & Hospitality

By Saeed Kamali Dehghan Following the discovery of a security breech in VFS Global by the head of the Financial Services practice at DataArt UK, The Guardian ran a story highlighting the glitches in the system of the global visa services provider and offering commentary from Alexey Utkin & Dmitry Bagrov,...

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KidPRO app supports medical care for children

3 July 2015 | UK | Healthcare & Life Sciences

The leading portal covering technology for UK’s government officials, features KidPro, a new healthcare app developed by DataArt that aims to support pediatric medical care. “Technology consulting firm DataArt has developed an app named KidPRO for children to provide data to support...

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Let's Think Smarter

3 July 2015 | UK | Travel & Hospitality IoT/M2M

"The 'Internet of Things' could make an impact on travel - if there were greater collaboration," reports Matthew Parsons of TTG from DataArt's recent Question Time event. Greg Abbott, senior vice-president, travel and hospitality, at DataArt, said while “airlines are tight on passenger data”...

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Reward your workout with new Puls'ation app

23 June 2015 | UK | Finance Embedded

Computer Business Review (CBR) runs a story of DataArt winning a special prize at the Future of Finance hakathon in Munich for its ingenious app Puls'ation. “Technology consulting firm DataArt has introduced a new app, Puls'ation, that allows users to exchange calories burnt during...

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Predictive Sensor System Can Save Industrial Equipment

23 June 2015 | USA | IoT/M2M

By Ken Briodagh IoT Evolution World reports on the many uses of DataArt’s DeviceHive, one of which is detecting potential failures in industrial equipment. “DataArt is making some inroads in predictive prevention measures with a prototypical project using MS Build and Azure. The...

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Banking Digitalization – Five Stages of Grief

22 June 2015 | UK | Finance

Head of DataArt Switzerland contributes a timely (and brilliant) blog post to Computer Business Review on the five stages of grief by banks over the matter of digitization -  denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance (DABDA). “Alexander Makeyenkov, Managing Partner at DataArt,...

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RBS’s Tech Wake-up Call to Banks

18 June 2015 | UK | Finance

By Emma Dunkley The front page of London's Financial Times reports on an embarrassing glitch in Royal Bank of Scotland's IT system, which stalled payment transactions of some 600,000 customers. Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, commented for the story. “RBS said previously...

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Travolution — Travel brands benefit from partnering tech firms, DataArt question time hears

12 June 2015 | UK | Travel & Hospitality

Travolution, UK's leading news source on travel & hospitality, reports on the third annual DataArt Question Time event in London, co-produced with Tnooz, titled "IoT in Travel: What's Ahead". Big travel brands like Tui are “happy to partner with smaller companies” when it comes to developing technology...

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Internet of Things yet to embrace individuals in travel

12 June 2015 | UK | Travel & Hospitality IoT/M2M

Travolution further discusses the Internet of Things (IoT) in travel, following the QT event hosted by DataArt and Tnooz in London. The question of sharing personal data of an individual traveler raised a heated discussion, as panelists discussed how access to it is at once a necessity and an obstacle...

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The Internet of Things in Travel – Great With Machines, Less so With People

8 June 2015 | UK | Travel & Hospitality IoT/M2M

Tnooz, the leading UK travel publication, covers DataArt’s Question Time panel, “IoT in Travel”, the third annual event, it produced in conjunction with Tnooz in London. “As things stand, the internet of things (IoT) in a travel context is all about B2B operations, with the jury is still...

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