DataArt in the News
TechRadar speculates about the future of music downloads, streaming and lossless music in 2018. Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media & Entertainment at DataArt, comments on the state of the market and whether Hi-Res will become a next stage of the audio evolution.
In Travolution, Charlotte Lamp Davies, VP of Travel and Hospitality at DataArt UK, sheds light on what GDPR really means for travel business, presenting data to reconcile the fears of maximum possible repercussions against practical realities.
In the third and final article of the series for GDPR: REPORT, Charlotte Lamp Davies, Vice President of Travel & Hospitality at DataArt UK, resolves controversies around GDPR, clarifying the scope and spirit of the regulation, severity of repercussions and depth of scrutiny of the travel industry.
Cliff Moyce, Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, discusses the top 2018 fintech trends in Markets Media, noting the impact of AI on most strategic business areas, the growing importance of operational risk management (ORM) and the advent of next-generation retail bond investment platforms.
Computerworld UK interviews experts about the major IoT trends for 2018. Igor Ilunin, Head of the IoT Practice at DataArt, shares his perspective on the role of blockchain in enhancing the value gained from IoT assets.
In the second installment of the three-part article series for GDPR: REPORT, Charlotte Lamp Davies, VP of Travel and Hospitality at DataArt UK, explains the application of GDPR in the UK, recommends a constructive road to compliance and advises travel companies to view the legislation as an opportunity for digital transformation.
TechRadar outlines ten trends to watch across industry sectors in 2018, with self-driving cars and voice-controlled devices topping the list. Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media & Entertainment at DataArt, comments on the future of voice-activated technologies.
Tnooz runs DataArt’s perspective on travel tech trends in 2018, stressing an increased pressure on business travel companies from the leisure travel sector and from the business travel programs of new players like Airbnb, Uber and Lyft. Major threats to the industry are data security issues and GDPR repercussions on non-compliers.