• Is Podcasting the New Radio?

    13 February 2018
    By Sergey Bludov, SVP Media & Entertainment

    Is Podcasting the New Radio

    “Radio is more like a Super Bowl commercial: phenomenal reach, but very shallow engagement. A podcast is the opposite of that: you might have only 1,000 listeners, but they will likely be really devoted and engaged. It’s analogous to music fans who buy every album and VIP tickets to every show for their favorite bands.” – Matt Carter, co-founder of music podcast network Jabberjaw Media.

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  • Attaining Customer Loyalty through Technology Partnership

    09 February 2018
    By Khrystyna Kovtun, Marketing Manager

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    The Healthcare and Life Sciences practice at DataArt considers every customer as a part of our extended family and strives to deliver a valuable experience.

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  • IoT Privacy and Security Challenges


    “Someone used the fish tank to get into the network, and once they were in the fish tank, they scanned and found other vulnerabilities and moved laterally to other places in the network.” – Justin Fier, director for cyber intelligence and analysis at security firm Darktrace.

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  • How IoT Innovations are Saving the Environment

    05 February 2018
    By Igor Ilunin, Head of IoT

    How IoT Innovations are Saving the Environment (1)

    “The Internet of Things will be the biggest, most sophisticated piece of equipment that we’ve deployed across the planet – ever. That means that we’ve got to think about the potential limitations on it due to power consumption, the use of rare earth elements – all of that – from day one.” – Kerry Hinton, telecommunications expert and former director of the Centre for Energy Efficient Telecommunications at the University of Melbourne.

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  • Smart Cities of the Future Powered by IoT

    30 January 2018
    By Igor Ilunin, Head of IoT

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    The Internet of Things (IoT) carries the potential to transform communities around the world into “smart cities,” creating a new era of urban living. The benefits include increased safety, reduced traffic, lower levels of pollution, more efficient use of energy, and a better overall quality of life for future city dwellers.

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  • Live Streaming Gone Mainstream – Why Should Media Companies Care?

    30 January 2018
    By Sergey Bludov, SVP Media & Entertainment

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    Although debates continue over the relative merits and potential of various technologies in the media industry, such as Blockchain, VR, and Hi-Res Audio, there’s one thing that everyone can agree on: streaming has exploded over the past year. With over 100 million people now subscribed to such services around the world, it’s clear that streaming will continue to expand rapidly as the primary revenue driver for both music and video.

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  • 2017 Trends in Media & Entertainment: Part 2

    21 December 2017
    By Sergey Bludov, SVP Media & Entertainment

    2017 Trends in Media & Entertainment Part 2

    The Future Is Data-Driven, So What Does The Data Say?

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  • 2017 Trends in Media & Entertainment: What Do They Mean for the Future?

    11 December 2017
    By Sergey Bludov, SVP Media & Entertainment

    2017 Trends in Media & Entertainment What Do They Mean for the Future

    Part 1. Streaming Drives Music and Video Revenue

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  • Blockchain for Enterprises. From Hype to Production

    06 December 2017
    By Alexander Makeyenkov, Head of European Business Development

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    The joint blockchain event hosted by zeb and DataArt emphasized that a radical shift in attitude towards innovation, reliance on new partnership models and fearless experimentation are the key factors for successful implementation of real world blockchain solutions.

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  • Beyond the TV: Why You Should Get Your Audience Talking with a Chatbot

    28 November 2017
    By Sergey Bludov, SVP Media & Entertainment

    Beyond the TV Get Your Audience Talking to a Chatbot (1)

    Television has undergone profound changes over the past 80 years since its inception. And although the number of households with TVs increased steadily during most of this time, the past 5 or so years have seen a growing number of consumers “cord-cutting” by making the switch from traditional cable companies to watching videos online via mobile phones or through streaming services.

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