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Alibaba Cloud will spend US$283 million during this fiscal year to empower global partners and accelerate joint innovations in the post-pandemic era. The company says the investment is designed to accelerate the uptake of digitalisation capabilities among its partners, and to help create joint products and solutions to benefit even

Chinese tech giant Alibaba Group sold US$1 trillion worth of goods across its platforms in the last year, the company revealed in quarterly results late last week. But a plunge in profitability in the latest COVID-19 affected quarter sent shares down nearly 6 per cent, costing company founder Jack Ma

Alibaba has reported a 38 per cent revenue increase from the prior year reaching US$23.2 billion however, the company warned the impact of the Novel Coronavirus will likely hit its results next quarter.  In an earnings call, Daniel Zhang, CEO of Alibaba Group said food delivery orders are down year-on-year

This week Salesforce named Microsoft Azure as its public cloud provider for marketing cloud. Microsoft is the fourth IaaS platform on which Salesforce wants to run its software. The Salesforce relationships with Amazon AWS and Google Cloud were dated back to 2016 and 2017 respectively. The last partnership with Alibaba Cloud was sealed

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Alibaba Cloud has launched its China Gateway Program in Australia aiming to help companies of all sizes enter the Chinese market grow their online and offline presence in the country. The Chinese giant said by leveraging the proven cloud technologies and the established Alibaba ecosystem encompassing ecommerce, online payment, logistics

Hybrid cloud

Alibaba Cloud is catching up to its rivals in APAC by extending its services outside of China and adding new capabilities, says data and analytics company GlobalData. The company forecasts that an insatiable trend of product launches by cloud providers, riding on the back of increased adoption of cloud services,

Following its Australian launch last year, Alibaba’s Cloud computing division is bringing its global start-up competition to Australia. Haymarket HQ, an Australian start-up hub with a focus on Asia, has partnered with Alibaba Cloud to bring the [email protected] Cloud start-up contest to the region. “We see a growing trend in

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Chinese internet giant Alibaba is bringing its cloud offering to Australia, opening a data centre in Sydney by the end of 2016. The move will kick off a race with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure to claim market share locally. Download the CMO of Tomorrow report produced by the Which-50 Intelligence