Innovative Digital Safety Resource Created by Children for Children Included in New DfE Guidance for Teachers
Further Education & Apprenticeship News, reports that the new child safety guidance for teachers, released by the UK Department for Education, cites Dot Com Digital, developed by DataArt, as a resource for teachers. The new software is listed alongside NSPCC Learning, ChildNet, and the Anti-Bullying Alliance.
Retail Technology and Innovation Hub publishes an article by Ilya Aristov, Engagement Manager at DataArt, on the two technologies that help maximize data and avoid disaster during “big sale” seasons — artificial intelligence (AI) and radio-frequency identification (RFID).
Daniel Piekarz, DataArt’s Head of Healthcare and Life Sciences, gives Xtalks a sneak peek at its demo applications to be presented at the Drug Information Association (DIA) Global Annual meeting in San Diego on June 24-26, 2019.
Hospitality Net runs the announcement of DataArt’s partnership with Venza to produce the next phase of Venza’s "PEAK" regulatory technology platform.
SBC Americas posts an interview with Russel Karp, VP of Media and Entertainment at DataArt, about the innovation his team brings to the US sports betting sector.
The Telegraph features a story about the new software, developed by DataArt in collaboration with Essex Police and charity Dot Com Children’s Foundation, to safeguard children from online and offline threats.
In TechRadar, Cliff Moyce, Chairman of Advisory Board at DataArt, discusses the respective roles of buyers and providers of IT systems development services, commenting on Hertz's $32 million lawsuit against Accenture.
In Deutsche Zeitschrift für Klinische Forschung, German magazine for clinical trials, Kirill Timofeev, Principal Consultant at DataArt, explains how blockchain technologies will influence clinical trials in the near future.