Alibaba Group's free intelligent office communications platform DingTalk was developing a new video product for enterprises, mainly in the form of short videos and livestreaming.
It has been reported recently that Alibaba's intelligent mobile office platform DingTalk has adjusted its organization and personnel, with a layoff proportion of 30%.
Alibaba’s free office communications platform DingTalk announced the official release of an extended reality (XR) feature called "DingTalk WorkSpace" on Thursday.
At the 2022 DingTalk Product Launch Conference held on Tuesday, Ye Jun, President of DingTalk, announced that the company would initiate various commercialization efforts.
DingTalk, an office tool created by Chinese tech giant Alibaba, has completed the acquisition of a real-time audio and video platform-as-a-service (PaaS) provider called Pano.
Ku Wei, general manager of the IoT business unit within Alibaba Cloud, has taken up the post of COO of DingTalk, an office software product owned by Alibaba Group.
Lark, a collaborative office communications platform owned by ByteDance, will speed up its overseas commercialization next year, with a global revenue target of 6 billion yuan ($942 million) in five years.
DingTalk President Ye Jun issued an initiative in the company group chat, proposing employees to work from home for one day each month.
Alibaba's office software DingTalk has recently set up an Audio and Video Division which will include a specialized audio laboratory in the division. The new division of the company will be led by acoustic expert Feng Jinwei.
Alibaba officially introduced its overseas multi-lingual supported version of DingTalk on April 8, making functions to users worldwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
UNESCO published a list of recommendations of educational applications and platforms to help facilitate distance learning.
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