The 2020 ASEAN - Japan drill on trans-national cyber security took place online and offline on June 25 with the participation of the ten ASEAN member countries and Japan.
Five sectors of telecoms, information and technology, clean agriculture, clean technologies, retail, health care and pharmaceuticals have potential for high growth in the next three years.
The central province of Thua Thien Hue has set a target of luring 20 domestic and foreign-invested projects with a total investment capital of about VND10 trillion (US$429.2 million) by the end of this year.
Communication efforts in the fight against child abuse must capitalise on social network platforms and information technology to have a greater effect, National Assembly Vice Chairman Do Ba Ty said on April 27.
As many as 113 outstanding information technology (IT) solutions and services will be honoured with the Sao Khue Awards 2020, of which many could support firms affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a decision to conduct a general economic census across the country in 2021.
The logistics industry in Vietnam, especially HCM City, continues to face challenges like red tape and traffic congestion near border gates despite progress made in facilitating trade, Dinh Ngoc Thang, head of the city Department of Customs, told a recent conference.
The Prime Minister has launched an initiative to restructure the services sector using advanced technology and artificial intelligence to improve competitiveness.
An equity crowdfunding platform is being established to boost the development of start-up firms.
The central city of Da Nang is piloting the use of automated paper delivery kiosks as an effort to boost the application of information technology in administrative reform to better serve enterprises and people.
Vietnam has reaped impressive economic successes in 2019 and is expecting a bumper crop this year.
Digital technology will be the key for Vietnam to realise the target of growing powerful nation with a thriving economy over the next quarter of a century.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked Japan to help Vietnam with e-government building, while receiving Japanese Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications Sanae Takaichi in Hanoi on January 9.
VOV.VN - 2019 is seen as a breakthrough year in building Vietnam’s e-government. Key projects were launched to lay the foundation for an uniform e-government system nationwide.
The Information and Communications Publishing House has recently published the Vietnam White Book on Information and Communication Technology 2019.
Despite being hailed as a high-income sector with massive potential, IT continues to face shortages and a weak labour force that requires comprehensive changes through earlier education and training.
The numbers of traffic accidents, traffic-related deaths and injuries in the country all decreased in 2019, as compared to the previous year, heard a national teleconference held on December 28.
Vietnam reports an average of 26 cyberattacks per day, with governmental agencies, banks and e-commerce websites the most vulnerable.
Vietnam's plans on digital economy, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, smart cities and startups are clearly helping the country’s IT industry continue to record strong revenue growth.
Vietnam-Israel trade reached over 790 million USD in the first nine months of 219, with Vietnam’s export revenue of about 410 million USD, according to the Vietnam Trade Office in Israel.