Three representatives of Vietnam won ICT awards for 2019 of the Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organisation (ASOCIO), according to the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA).
Over 80 percent of Japanese firms said they are willing to receive foreign workers, and 95 percent of them are interested in Vietnamese IT engineers, according to a survey conducted by the Vietnam Software Association (VINASA).
A string of important IT events will be held in the central coastal city of Da Nang from October 21-24, helping promote cooperation among Vietnamese and foreign IT firms, the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) said on October 16.
A national plan is scheduled to be issued this year so as to serve as a basis to engage state agencies, businesses and individuals in digital transformation – a leading factor in growth facilitation and digital economy development.
The total revenue of top 10 firms receiving Sao Khue Awards this year reached 2.6 trillion VND (112 million USD).
Most of the top tech firms in Vietnam performed well last year, with combined revenue reaching VND374.4 trillion (US$16.7 billion) while employing around 93,000 workers in total.
VOV.VN - A Japan Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Day 2018 themed “Vietnam – Japan IT Cooperation in the 4th Industrial Revolution” will take place in Hanoi and Da Nang from August 28-31 as part of activities to mark the 45th anniversary of Vietnam-Japan diplomatic ties.
The Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) launched Vietnam’s 50 Leading IT Companies 2018 programme in Hanoi on July 3.
Investors have poured more capital into Vietnamese technology startups amid the strong rise of new technologies such as AI and Big Data.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has suggested the Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) share with Vietnam experiences in building e-government and e-administration accumulated from its members such as Australia, Singapore and Japan.
Vietnam will host the Asia Pacific IT Alliance (APICTA) Awards in 2019, said Minister of Information and Communication Truong Minh Tuan on May 14.
The Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) presented the Sao Khue Awards to 73 information and technology (IT) solutions and services, and software products in a ceremony in Hanoi on April 21.
The Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) on January 31 officially launched the Sao Khue Awards 2018 – the most prestigious award in the Vietnamese software and IT services industry over the past 15 years.
The top 50 information technology (IT) companies of Vietnam in 2017 has total revenue of over US$936 million and employ over 35,500 people, according to the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA).
The Vietnam Software Association (VINASA) has launched a programme to choose Vietnam’s top 50 IT companies 2017, aiming to honour the leading IT firms and connect promising partners inside and outside the country.
Cloud computing is a crucial technological trend and has become an important technology during the fourth industrial revolution, according to Nguyen Thanh Phuc, Director General of the Authority of Information Technology Application.
The Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) on January 16 launched the Sao Khue Awards in 2017 under the sponsor of the Ministry of Information and Communications.
Impressive internet connectivity and the broad expansion of mobile phone usage could create a digital content boom.
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.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has retained its status for five years running as the second largest information technology and most favoured partner of Japanese businesses, according to the latest Technology Promotion Agency report.