DataArt in the News
Tabb Forum features an overview by Cliff Moyce, Global Head of DataArt Finance Practice, on current business and technology trends in the asset management industry.
In the June edition of the Journal of the Institute of Management Services, Cliff Moyce, Head of the Finance Practice at DataArt, examines how cognitive analytics will transform our ability to plan, develop and run organisations.
Programming magazine dotnetpro.de highlights Skillotron as a useful recruitment and motivational tool developed by DataArt that allows recruiters to check the qualifications of prospective programmers and encourages their drive for excellence.
Verdict examines practical applications of smart mirror technology, the size of the market and its adoption in the retail sector. Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, argues that the technology should focus on providing consistency of user experience.
Verdict speaks with experts about technologies that are driving innovation in the luxury retail sector, quoting Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, who suggests that technology should not be used arbitrarily, but rather for creating enhanced customer experiences.
Technology Networks runs the news of DataArt’s partnership with Health Navigator to bring real time speech recognition and natural language processing to clinical decision support systems, reducing cost and saving time on EHR data entry.
Victims Say They Never Gave Away Personal Details, so... Have Crooks Got Hold of TSB Account Passwords?
This is Money covers TSB Bank’s IT crisis where £189,000 were reported as stolen from the bank’s customers, following a botched transfer of accounts to a new IT system. Cliff Moyce, Global Head of Finance Practice at DataArt, comments on the story.
Verdict shares expert views on different approaches to GDPR compliance, quoting Toby Bryans, Principal Consultant at DataArt, who believes that company culture and business processes, not technology, play a key role in meeting the new data security standards.
Germany's com! professional business technology magazine shortlists DataArt’s DeviceHive as one of the best tools for efficiently evaluating masses of sensor data. Igor Ilunin, head of the IoT Practice at DataArt, notes that despite the recent focus on edge computing, the Cloud still plays a key role in the analysis of IoT data.