• 7 August 2015

    History of cashless payments

    By Vasily Bernstein, DataArt Vasily Bernstein, Payments Systems Expert at DataArt, goes back to the beginnings of the cashless payments, and shares his expertise with Vanilla +. From the Age of Discovery to check books and mobile payments, he traces the reasons for and explains the mechanisms of [...]

  • 21 July 2015

    Exclusive: Visa application portal closed following SC Magazine investigation

    By Davey Winder After The Guardian broke the story of the security breach in VFS Global, SC Magazine UK investigated further, and discovered that the issue remained unsolved several days later. Based on the input from Alexey Utkin of DataArt UK and its own research, SCMagazineUK.com forced the visa application [...]

  • 20 July 2015

    Serious flaw allowed security bypass on Italian visa site

    By Tom Reeve SC Magazine UK picked up the news, reported by The Guardian last week, of “a serious flaw in an online form left personal data of applicants for Italian visas exposed.” The story provides the gist of the incident and cites Dmitry Bagrov and Alexey Utkin of DataArt UK. “As [...]

  • 17 July 2015

    Users' data compromised after technical glitch at Home Office contractor

    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, [...]

  • 3 July 2015

    KidPRO app supports medical care for children

    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 [...]

  • 3 July 2015

    Let's Think Smarter

    "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” a [...]

  • 23 June 2015

    Reward your workout with new Puls'ation app

    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 [...]

  • 23 June 2015

    Predictive Sensor System Can Save Industrial Equipment

    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 [...]

  • 22 June 2015

    Banking Digitalization – Five Stages of Grief

    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, [...]

  • 18 June 2015

    RBS’s Tech Wake-up Call to Banks

    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 [...]