Posts Tagged ‘Global economy’

Out of Band Management and the Global Economy

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

In today’s global economy, most large corporations have subsidiaries and division headquarters that may be strewn all over the world; many in remote, difficult-to-reach locations that can oftentimes only be reached after days of travel. The global nature of modern commerce is one of the main factors that makes out of band management solutions such a vital part of large corporate computer networks.


Alibaba Leads the Charge for China’s Internet Expansion

Monday, September 13th, 2010

No wonder so much money is being thrown at internet expansion in China; it’s inevitable that someday, the market for online goods in China will be worth billions. It’s also kind of sobering to read that they’ve got an eye on the global market too.

China’s biggest online marketplace launches platform AliExpress as it sets its sights on the US, India and Japan

Perched on stage beside the hulking figure of Arnold Schwarzenegger last weekend, Alibaba boss, Jack Ma, looked slighter than ever. But the entrepreneur did not need the Californian governor’s tips on keeping lean and building muscle. In just over a decade, he has turned a tiny startup into an online titan.