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Firms and users urged to avoid dependence on a single digital platform

Vietnamese internet users need to avoid depending on a single digital platform for important services in life.

Radio, TV stations told to reclaim digital space: MIC

Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Thanh Lam said radio and TV stations need to regain digital space by appearing more on digital platforms.

Vietnam’s digital platforms given wings to fly high

State management agencies not only need to perfect the legal framework but also act as a bridge to help connect Vietnam’s digital platforms and potential users.

Digital platforms improve team's response to information-security incidents

The deployment of two digital platform – IRLab and DFLab – has improved the capability of handling cyberattacks for the incident response team of the member units of the National Cyber Information Security Incident Response Network.

VN competes with Thailand, Singapore to become global Internet hub

Vietnam has great advantages to become a global Internet hub. However, it will have to compete with many other countries, including Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines.

Make-in-Vietnam platforms compete equally with foreign giants

With a young population and 78 percent of people accessing the internet, Vietnam is now a fertile land for digital platform developers.

MIC to inspect users' data protection at social networks, digital platforms

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) is planning to inspect the protection of personal data with focus on units collecting and processing large volumes of information such as social networks and multi-user digital platforms.

Cross-border platforms take away advertising revenue from Vietnam’s press

Facebook, YouTube, Netflix and TikTok, with powerful financial resources, attract a high number of users and ads compared with Vietnam’s press. Some newspapers have reported a 60-70 percent decrease in revenue.

Digital platforms to support enterprises' move to digitization

SMEdx, the program supporting enterprises to carry out digital transformation, will change its approach in 2023 by forming an ecosystem of digital platforms capable of integrating, connecting and sharing data.

Many export opportunities for enterprises through digital platforms in 2023

Vietnamese small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have many digital export opportunities when Vietnam becomes a new global production area.

50 platforms launched for digital transformation

The Ministry of Information and Communications says that more than 50 digital platforms have been created to serve digital transformation for the government, the economy, and society.

Users of apps, digital platforms rise in Vietnam

The number of users of apps and digital platforms in Vietnam in September rose by 17.59 percent compared to August, according to the Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC)’s September report.

Connecting the hearts of Vietnam lovers

Starting from the idea of helping people travel to new a land in a convenient, safe and unique way, a group of young Vietnamese and UK people gathered together to create Tubudd

Another three Vietnamese digital platforms qualify for being popularized

Vietnam is expected to maintain its seventh place in the number of new app downloads globally.

Users of Vietnamese digital platform surge 23.5% in August

Vietnamese’s use of domestic digital platforms recorded a year-on-year rise of 23.5% in August, with 494 million users.

Vietnam targets launch of modern digital finance platform by 2025

Minister of Finance Ho Duc Phoc has signed a decision promulgating the Ministry of Finance's digital transformation plan to 2025, with vision to 2030.

‘Make in Vietnam’ platforms and sovereignty milestones in digital space

Being open to the world but not depending on technology is a challenge for many countries, not only Vietnam.

Vietnamese still lack confidence in Vietnam-made technological products

Vietnam’s technology firms are capable of creating technological solutions that solve Vietnamese problems, but they still cannot overcome users’ doubts about their products.

Vietnam keeps tabs on digital advertising

The Vietnamese government’s new initiative on cross-border advertisement on digital platforms like YouTube, Google, and Facebook is deemed a step up from previous legislation, particularly regarding censorship and tax obligations.

Vietnamese can best solve domestic problems

‘Make in Vietnam’ online conferencing platforms show that Vietnam’s problems are best solved by Vietnamese, but Vietnamese people need to give these platforms an opportunity to be used and improved.