“Three kids in a garage are inventing something that will disrupt us all” - DataArt’s Charlotte Lamp Davies moderates industry-leading panel discussion that shows the travel trade ready to face the future
Security, ease of use, speed and data are driving technology spending in travel and hospitality. Providing the same, great experience on all devices core for development in 2017. Blockchain’s potential is clear – but whether it can work for the travel industry is...Read More
Last week, the DataArt Media & Entertainment team flew to Austin, TX, to take part in what is undoubtedly the biggest event the industry has to offer – South by Southwest (SXSW) – where both newcomers and leaders of the industry engage in conference sessions, a trade show, a start-up...Read More
We are in an age where music consumption patterns are changing. Just as any other aspect of the music business, they follow the evolution of the industry based on the consumer behavior. Singles once were the driving force behind record sales, until cassettes and later CDs gave the pedestal to...Read More
The moment the DataArt team entered the Orange County Convention Center, they got a feeling that the conference had no borders and boundaries in size and length. If you have never visited HIMSS, it is like nothing you have ever experienced before in a tradeshow. More than 40,000 health IT professionals,...Read More
Is the future destined to be a vast wasteland of musicians cast aside with artificial intelligence (AI) and bots taking over control of the artistry of composing music? It's clear that over the next few decades there are going to be big leaps in AI and robots, and these will...Read More
As part of Nasdaq's focus on FinTech and innovation, MarketInsite is featuring insights from senior thought leaders both internally and externally, to give their perspective on the future and current state of technology innovation. Here’s what Cliff Moyce, Global Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, had to say.
Ixia, Canonical and DataArt joined forces at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona to demonstrate the viability and value of automating VNF verification. DataArt led the integration of products from all participants, with contributions from Open Source MANO (OSM) and Sonus, to create several demonstration solutions showcasing automated carrier-grade network testing and monitoring.
Kirill Timofeev, senior developer in DataArt's dedicated blockchain team, speaks with Finextra about the pitfalls and potential of blockchain for the participants in the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance.
The tables have turned with a revival of interest in vinyl records following a decade of digital music dominance. Whether through efforts made by musical purists, trendsetting nostalgic hipsters or initiatives such as Record Store Day, the LP resurgence appears to be a big hit as sales of LPs,...Read More
London, UK, March 2, 2017 – DataArt, a global technology consultancy, will exhibit at the Wearable Technology Show, one of the world’s largest events for wearables, digital health, and IoT tech, in London, UK, on March 7-8, 2017. The Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice will present a variety...Read More