Open Source & IoT Insights
  • DeviceHive is Nominated for Best IoT Open Source Product

    12 October 2017 | Blog

    The DeviceHive team is proud to announce that the platform is nominated for the Best IoT Open Source Product by IoT Innovator Awards 2017. While the winners in each category to be revealed in mid-October, we are extremely pleased to be short-listed. DeviceHive is developing...

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  • How to Choose Your IoT Platform – Should You Go Open-Source?

    10 October 2017 | US | Media

    In IoT for All Igor Ilunin, Head of the IoT Practice at DataArt, elaborates on 11 key criteria to help choose the right custom or open-source IoT platform and presents the math and cost analysis to compare open-source to serverless IoT platforms.

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  • How Internet of Things Is Driving The Auto Industry's Future

    3 October 2017 | Blog

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is already changing the way in which we live, with no signs of slowing down. In fact, in the coming years, it's expected that IoT will transform every industry on the planet, shifting the very core of business operations across all sectors. The auto industry is certainly...

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  • IoT in the Fast Lane: Connected Cars Changing the Way We Buy, Sell and Drive

    28 September 2017 | Blog

    Do you think today's children will be learning to drive 10 to 15 years from now? Or will connected cars and self-driving technology transform this once standard rite-of-passage toward adulthood into a ritual of the past? The explosion of the Internet of Things (IoT), combined with...

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  • DataArt Received Microsoft Gold Cloud Platform Competency

    6 September 2017 | Blog

    DataArt received a Gold Cloud Platform Competency certification from Microsoft. This sixth Gold certification adds to DataArt’s growing list of Microsoft certifications alongside Gold competencies in Business Intelligence, Collaboration & Content, Application Development, Application Integration,...

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  • Top 5 Industries on the Verge of IoT Disruption

    31 August 2017 | Blog

    Technology research company Gartner predicts that there will be 20.8 billion connected things in the world by the year 2020, which would equal almost triple the number of humans on our planet. Clearly, the Internet of Things is on the verge of radically changing the core fabric of our communities...

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  • Gamification Allows Recruiters to Identify Better Programmers

    28 August 2017 | US | Media

    In a feature article on using games and coding challenges to recruit the best programmers, CIO Dive spoke with Daniel Lurye, VP of HR Communications at DataArt, who shared the consultancy's effective use of its own community-based game, Skillotron, to recruit, educate, and challenge software engineers.

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  • Is the Internet of Things Going To Steal Your Job?

    17 August 2017 | Blog

    Ongoing IoT developments coupled with incredible advancements in automation and other new technologies certainly opens up unparalleled opportunities for businesses across all industries, but should employees be worried that their jobs will no longer exist in the coming years? All through history,...

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  • DataArt Ranks in the INC. 5000 List of the Fastest-Growing Private U.S. Companies for the Eighth Consecutive Year

    17 August 2017 | US/UK | Press Release

    NEW YORK, NY – August 17, 2017 – DataArt, the global technology consultancy that designs, develops and supports unique software solutions, today announced that it has been listed in the annual Inc. 500 I 5000 List of the U.S. fastest-growing private companies for the eighth year in a row...

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  • The Internet of Things: Science Fiction Or Fact?

    10 August 2017 | Blog

    "With a trillion sensors embedded in the environment - all connected by computing systems, software and services - it will be possible to hear the heartbeat of the earth, impacting human interaction with the globe as profoundly as the internet has revolutionized communications." Peter Hartwell,...

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