Editage moves its Chinese website to the Alibaba cloud
(January 18, 2017; Shanghai, China) - Editage announced that it has moved its Chinese website to Aliyun, China’s biggest cloud service provider owned by Alibaba, and signed a contract with DNSPod to obtain faster DNS resolution for its Chinese website. In addition to better security, this move to the Aliyun cloud will enhance the stability and performance of Editage’s Chinese website.
Enumerating the benefits of this move, Nishchay Shah, Vice President, Engineering, Technology, Cactus Communications said, “Hosting our website on the Alibaba cloud and shifting to DNSPod were fairly easy decisions for us. With this move to Aliyun, the stability and performance of our website is better, and their customer support resolves issues promptly.” He continued, “We take security and performance very seriously because our clients spend years on experiments before drafting manuscripts full of sensitive information. Hosting in China helps us cater to our Chinese authors faster and hosting with Aliyun helps us understand technology in China better.”
The need for ethical author services is expected to grow exponentially in China. A high-performing website will enable Editage to cater to their Chinese clientele more efficiently. Cactus Communications is focused on staying abreast with technological advancements and is actively growing its technology department to tackle any challenges that the business might face in the future.