US-based technology giant Apple will allegedly produce millions of wireless earphones called AirPods in Vietnam from this quarter – a clear move to diversify its manufacturing operations.
While China is struggling with the pandemic and is losing the confidence of foreign investors, proven resilience is pushing Vietnam to the fore as an ideal investment and manufacturing hub for Southeast Asia.
VOV.VN - The nation is expected to represent a safe choice for foreign investors in their capital shifting plans in the context of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic which is currently spreading globally.
With the COVID-19 outbreak disrupting supply chains and vexing producers to no end, a mounting number of businesses are looking to shift operations away from China, with giants Google and Microsoft both opting to bring production to Vietnam.
Google and Microsoft are accelerating efforts to shift production from China to Southeast Asian countries, including Vietnam, amid the worsening novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) outbreak, the Nikkei Asian Review reported.
Microsoft is one of the world’s most popular names today when it comes to computer software, but also with empowering global institutions.
With increasing use of technology, Vietnam is facing risks in terms of cybersecurity, threatening national security, said Nguyen Minh Chinh, Director General of the Cyber Security and High-tech Crime Prevention Department under the Ministry of Public Security.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc admitted although Vietnam has gained initial success in global supply chains, Vietnamese businesses have mainly joined these chains in fields such as assembling or product packaging, which are lower in value and lack sustainability in supply chains.
Vietnam will be represented by three students at the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship 2019 (MOSWC), slated to take place in the US on July 28.
VOV.VN - With support from CED and Microsoft, Van, a 3rd year student at Hue University of Sciences, is pursuing her dream of working in Information Technology despite numerous challenges
Microsoft Vietnam and SAP – one of the global leaders in enterprise software – announced a strategic partnership on March 22.
This year is a very important time for the digital economy of Vietnam, when the gig economy will take a bigger slice of the cake.
VOV.VN -Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has affirmed the Vietnamese Government’s willingness to encourage foreign enterprises, including Microsoft, to expand their investments in Vietnam while hosting President of Microsoft Asia and Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Corporation Ralph Haupter in Hanoi on January 16.
Enforcement efforts are underway in provinces and cities across the country following software owners’ requests to take stronger action to protect copyright and software ownership, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Inspectorate.
Vietnam Web Summit 2018 has been held lately in Ho Chi Minh City by TopDev, supported by the Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM).
Two young Vietnamese have been named among the top 100 security researchers of Microsoft.
VNPT is increasing co-operation with global technology groups to realize its target to become a 4.0 telecommunication company.
Around 150 delegates from State agencies, research institutes, and organisations supporting startups gathered at a conference in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on July 20 to share their experiences in boosting the success of startups.
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 and IBM Vietnam surprisingly got the dropped-ranks in the list of 100 best workplaces in Vietnam in 2017, according to the annual survey of Anphabe JSC in collaboration with market research company Intage.