In Goingpublic.de, a German finance journal, Cliff Moyce, Finance Practice Leader at DataArt, discusses various threats to cybersecurity, their impact on banks’ reputation and strategies for counteracting them.
New York, NY – November 1, 2017 - Michael Lazar, SVP of Telecom at DataArt, will chair the Innovation Showcase at the Telecom Application Development Summit in Lisbon on November 14-15, 2017, where he’ll also be a keynote speaker. Lazar’s keynote speech at TADSummit will cover...Read More
As wearable devices gain increased prevalence in our societies, privacy and security concerns must be addressed with sophisticated solutions to keep vital business and consumer information safe from malicious exploitation. When information is collected and stored, there is an inherent...Read More
Building on the continuing success of organizing industry debates, DataArt hosted its 7th annual Question Time Event, in New York City on October 26, 2017. Titled “Is Corporate Travel Policy Dead?” the evening brought together senior travel executives for an open debate on the topic of business...Read More
One of the most powerful applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) is wearable technology, carrying the potential to positively transform the way many sectors conduct business. Smartwatches, VR headsets, and other wearable devices are already gaining significant popularity...Read More
New York,NY & London, UK – October 26, 2017 – DataArt, the global technology consultancy that designs, develops and supports unique software solutions, today announced that two executives will speak at the HTNG European Conference in Prague, Czech Republic, on November, 7-9, 2017. Andrew...Read More
“Corporate travel policy is more a function of corporate culture than anything. But the media, industry researchers and pundits can't help but make generalizations that can impact the corporate mindset. Are the policy haters harmful to corporate travel management? Where do incentives...Read More
IoT Now picks up the announcement of DataArt’s partnership with Espressif, a provider of ESP8266 and ESP32 chips that are used to add internet connectivity to devices. DataArt developed a custom DeviceHive firmware for Espressif’s ESP8266 chips that enables zero-configuration networking, supports a wide range of popular sensor devices and ensures direct connection with DeviceHive cloud service.