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Charlotte Lamp Davies, VP of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt, speaks about the challenges and opportunities of her career journey with London's popular professional women's portal We Are The City.
The Telegraph reports on the new and sophisticated scam targeting Lloyds customers, featuring commentary from Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt.
Streaming, downloading, publishing, copyright laws, piracy, commissions, royalties, breakage, indie labels – the diverging complexities of the current music industry ecosystem and where the money is going continues to be the hot topic of conversation these days. The big question on everyone’s...Read More
The FCPA Blog features Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, as he explores the applications of blockchain technology in the regulatory compliance processes.
Egor Kobelev and Daniel Piekarz, executives in the Healthcare and Life Sciences practice at DataArt, take population health management to a practical level and discuss specific initiatives and key drivers of their successful implementation.
In his new installment for HuffPost Tech UK, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, suggests that the tech world should embrace integration rather than continue to focus on innovation.
Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, writes in TabbFORUM about Cloud computing as a strategic solution for resolving legacy system problem.
Alexei Miller, Managing Director at DataArt, shares his advice on making corporate technology choices with readers of AMBA (The Association of MBAs), which includes examining the company's eco-system, letting others test the tech first, and not falling for hackneyed concepts.
Evening Standard features Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, as he comments on one of the biggest security breaches to hit a British firm, at a recruitment giant Michael Page, where more than 700,000 job-seekers on the books had their details hacked.