Finance Insights

  • DataArt to Speak and Exhibit at Generis American CIO & IT Summit in Chicago

    19 May 2019 | US | Media

    Yahoo! Finance picks up DataArt’s announcement that Denis Baranov and Kirill Timofeev, Principal Consultants at DataArt will be speaking at the CIO Summit in Chicago. They will discuss blockchain use cases, DTL projects best practices, real-life examples, and integration with current technology.

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  • DataArt Sells Time

    17 May 2019 | Blog

    DataArt is in the business of selling time to clients, time-to-market specifically. Let me explain how. Time is an invisible resource that is part of each software project. Most of us think that we manage this asset just by having an established deadline. I’m afraid that is just the upper limit...

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  • Technology Revolution in Financial Services

    16 May 2019 | US | Media

    DataArt posts an interview with Managing Director Alexei Miller in which he discusses financial services and the role of new technologies such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and blockchain. He also emphasizes the importance of establishing effective data management through upfront planning and solution design.

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  • JP Morgan Blockchain Network Showcases Banks’ DLT Progress

    26 April 2019 | UK | Media

    Payments Eye reports on JP Morgan’s growing blockchain-based Interbank Information Network and the launch of its own digital currency, JPM Coin. DataArt’s principal consultant Denis Baranov contemplates the future of blockchain adoption.

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  • What is Cloud Native?

    25 April 2019 | US | Media

    In this episode of Nasdaq TradeTalks, Peter Vaihansky, SVP at DataArt, speaks with Jill Malandrino about the concept of cloud-native development, explaining the guiding principles for building and running applications to take full advantage of cloud computing delivery model. Peter also explains the “three R’s” that help to ensure security in the cloud-native world.

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  • DMEA in retrospect

    22 April 2019 | Blog

    DMEA, formerly known as conhIT, the leading digital health event in Europe, took place on 9-11 April in Berlin. DataArt participated as an exhibitor for the very first time. Occupying Germany’s biggest exhibition center at Messe Berlin, DMEA exceeded all expectations in terms of turnout, topics...

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  • Transforming Organizations with Cloud-Native Development

    18 April 2019 | Blog

    Adopting cloud-native development increases: speed of software development and deployment productivity of teams doing systems development, systems support and IT operations, and ability to use leading-edge, cloud-native third-party services These benefits can transform organizations...

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  • Seven Ways to Secure Your Cloud Data

    17 April 2019 | Blog

    There are three misconceptions about the cloud. First, that it is secure by default; second, that you can migrate to it yourself; and third, that it’s water vapor. Cloud in itself, as an infrastructure, is very secure. If Google, Microsoft and Linux experts cannot be trusted to do a good job then...

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  • What’s the Number One Concern Keeping Hotel Group CIOs Up at Night?

    17 April 2019 | Blog

    “People trust us to allow them to sleep safely and securely. There’s a longstanding tradition of an innkeeper, that we fulfill that commitment to them. Has it extended naturally, with the same diligence, to the digital environment? Not always.” – John Burns, President of Hospitality Technology Consulting...

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  • We Need to Talk about Legacy IT Architectures

    16 April 2019 | UK | Media

    Cliff Moyce, Chairman of Advisory Board at DataArt, contributes an article on Legacy IT Architectures to Global Banking & Finance Review Magazine. Moyce argues that banks must reduce the cost to income ratio to remain competitive. While replacing a legacy system architecture with a modern one would reach this objective, the task is similar to redesigning a battleship in the heat of the battle.

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