A workshop themed “Japanese ICT Day 2016” was held in Hanoi on October 27 to promote the cooperation between ICT enterprises in Danang and Japan.
The People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City and the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) signed an agreement on information and communication technology (ICT) framework consultancy cooperation to build the city into a smart one in 2017-2025 and with a vision towards 2030.
Vietnam hopes to expand cooperation with Japan in three priority areas in information and communications technology (ICT) following a Vietnam-Japan policy dialogue on ICT in Hanoi on September 15.
VOV.VN - Vietnam Software and IT Service Association (VINASA) will compete at the Asia-Pacific Information Communication Technology Awards (APICTA) – one of most noble information and communication technology (ICT) awards in Asia-Pacific region.
VOV.VN - Around 126 businesses operating in ICT, biotech, electronics, robotics, healthcare and machinery from the Republic of Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam shared investment experiences at the Business Meeting Asia in Hanoi on August 16.
VOV.VN - On July 20,the Vietnam ICT COMM 2016, an exhibition of information and communication technology opened in Hanoi, attracting 200 domestic and foreign booths.
VOV.VN - A Telecommunications Exposition running July 20-23 in Hanoi at the International Exhibition Centre has attracted nearly 150 companies from more than 15 countries, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
A conference to review the second phase of the Netherlands-funded project on strengthening profession oriented higher education (POHE) was organised in Hanoi on June 23.
Vice Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Le Van Khoa and the World Bank (WB)’s Transport and ICT Practice Manager for East Asia-Pacific Michel Kerf discussed the WB-funded green transport development project during a working session in the city on May 26.
Finance markets will become more sophisticated and powerful in the near future, and this will pose a challenge if banks do not focus on renovating existing technology, financial experts warn.
Emerson Network Power, the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure for information and communications technology systems, continues to expand its footprint in the country.
Special advisor to the Japanese Prime Minister Iijima Isao said he expected strong Japanese investment flow into Vietnam, particularly Ho Chi Minh City, in the coming years, given the great potential of the southern metropolis.
The Danang Women’s Union, in cooperation with the People’s Committee of Lien Chieu District, Coca-Cola Company, Microsoft and Dell has officially launched the third EKOCENTER in Asia, marking a new milestone of the EKOCENTER programme.
A senior government official has expressed the hope that the country's information and technology (IT) officials would join hands in implementing Resolution 36a/ NQ-CP on e-government this year.
60% of the world’s population remains excluded from the ever-expanding digital economy, said a new World Bank (WB) report.
Thailand is ready to carry out 24 projects worth 3.75 billion THB (about US$103.8 million) in 2016 to promote a digital economy, according to the country’s Ministry of Information and Communications.
2015 marked the successful sixth year of Taiwan Excellence, the annual series of events by the Taiwanese Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT), Ministry of Economic Affairs of Taiwan (MOEA) and implemented by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Information Technology Press Club announced the top ten domestic information and communication technology (ICT) events of 2015.
Vietnam's exports will grow by over 10% between 2021 and 2030, little changed from the previous five years, according to a recent trade forecast by HSBC.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam urged authorities at all levels, ministries and sectors to push forward with the search for and collection of fallen soldier remains with the goal of finding around 3,000 sets of remains each year from now to 2020.