DataArt in the News

  • When Music Meets Technology

    26 April 2019 | US | Media

    DataArt airs an interview with Kevin Twitchell, Head of Business Development at its Media & Entertainment Practice. Kevin discusses key changes in the entertainment business, including a move from the ownership to the access model, copyright protection challenges, evolution and expansion of revenue models and the emergence of data as the new king.

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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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  • New Travel Tech Partnership

    24 April 2019 | US | Media

    International Travel and Health Insurance Journal runs the announcement of DataArt’s partnership with GroundScope to deliver a new iOS version of a car booking app that enables traveling employees to manage their journey.

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  • Is Data Literacy Being Taken Seriously Enough in the UK?

    23 April 2019 | UK | Media

    Diginomica investigates the level of data literacy in the UK and the necessity of including it in the school curriculum on a wider scale. Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director at DataArt UK, shares his opinion along with other experts in the field.

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  • Innovative, AI-powered Predictive Maintenance System for Conveyors Claimed by Partners DataArt and MHS

    16 April 2019 | US | Media

    IoT Now  runs  the announcement of DataArt’s partnership with MHS, a leading integrator of intelligent material handling systems, to build an innovative AI-powered predictive maintenance system for conveyors.

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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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  • The Virtual Squirrel Helping the Youngest Patients to Stick to the Plan

    10 April 2019 | UK | Media

    In a byline for MedTech Engine Ivan Pantykin, Head of European Healthcare & Life Sciences at DataArt, discusses KidPro, DataArt's patient engagement concept app. Ivan examines the app’s benefits for children undergoing treatment or participating in clinical trials.

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  • Recipe for Partnership Success - Seven Ingredients to Look for When Picking a Technology Service Provider

    27 March 2019 | UK | Media

    ITProPortal publishes an article by DataArt’s Chief Development Officer, Bob Leibholz, who shares his recipe for a successful technology partnership. Leibholz advises that, when trying to pick the right technology service provider in a noisy, hype-driven marketplace, businesses must look for seven ingredients. He also delves into the questions about these ingredients that, if answered in full, can mean the difference between failure and success.

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  • Are we Ready for Radiologists Powered by AI, and Mistakes?

    21 March 2019 | UK | Media

    Anton Dolgikh, Head of AI at DataArt, considers whether we are ready for artificial radiologists, and their mistakes, as solutions are sought to lighten the load on the workforce.

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  • Child-Friendly Patient App Recognised at M&K Awards

    6 March 2019 | UK | Media

    Digital Health Age covers the recognition of KidPro, DataArt's patient engagement app for children, which took third place in the IT & Communication category at the 2019 M&K Awards.

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