Three teachers who won the Education Exchange organized by the Department of Information and Technology under the Ministry of Education and Training and Microsoft Vietnam will participate in the 6th annual Education Exchange (E2) in Sydney on March 23-26, the organizer announced recently.
Microsoft Vietnam and SAP – one of the global leaders in enterprise software – announced a strategic partnership on March 22.
“Digital transformation or losses?” was the thorny question for Minh Phu Seafood Company a few years ago.
Microsoft Vietnam will sponsor VND5.4 billion (US$233,676) to aid Vietnam’s efforts in protecting children online as part of a freshly signed agreement.
Microsoft Vietnam has officially announced it was appointing Aung San Maung from Myanmar as its new acting CEO in Vietnam, a position which was held by Vu Minh Tri for seven years.
The programme on computing education for people with vision impaired was launched at the talking book library for the blind at 18B Dinh Tien Hoang Street, HCM City, on March 25.
Microsoft and Vietnet Information Technology and Communication Center (Vietnet-ICT) have announced a “Minecraft” coding tutorial for students and educators, created especially for the third-annual Hour of Code, a campaign to broaden global participation in computer science.
VOV.VN - The HCM City Department of Education and Training and Microsoft Vietnam has co-hosted the Hour of Code 2016 event for primary and high school students.
Microsoft Vietnam continues to be honoured for its community dedication by AmCham at the annual CSR Recognition Award 2016.
Microsoft Vietnam and Vietnam Silicon Valley (VSV) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on supporting and developing information and technology application for the country's startup community.
Microsoft Vietnam, in partnership with Information Technology and Communication Centre (Vietnet-ICT), on May 27 organised Technology for Good Day, specifically designed for NGOs with attendance of about 100 people from more than 60 NGOs in Vietnam.
The YouthSpark 2016 programme was officially launched on April 4 with an investment of US$270,000.
The Department of Information and Communication of Quang Ninh province and Microsoft Vietnam signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on information and communication technologies (ICT) development in the locality on October 27.
Microsoft Vietnam and Lac Viet Company on December 18 announced that they have filed a lawsuit against a Taiwanese company, Gold Long John Dong Nai International, for software piracy.