It is a fact that many Vietnamese are also pursuing the dream of the Metaverse. However, these are only very primitive worlds because Metaverse is not simply about owning a game character and entering the virtual world.
In this article, domestic and foreign experts will offer solutions to help Vietnam take advantage of its strengths and overcome its weaknesses to build a digital nation.
Vietnam has 64,000 digital enterprises and the figure is on the rise, which is a good condition for the country to promote its technological self-reliance to rise stronger, according to General Director of FPT Nguyen Van Khoa.
Quang Nam province has submitted to the Government the "National program to develop Ngoc Linh ginseng until 2045" project with the goal of developing a ginseng production industry.
Digital technology industry will become one pillar for the establishment of a digital government and the modernization of the agriculture, industry, and service sectors as well as all aspects of the society.
A quick survey of businesses via the webinar "FPT eCovax – the digital solution for businesses to overcome the pandemic" found three major problems that businesses are facing now.
To ensure business operations in the new normal period, omnichannel sales and digital transformation have become the keywords of Vietnamese businesses.
Nguyen Van Than, Chairman of the Vietnam Association of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, said up to 70% of Vietnamese small and medium enterprises are outside the digital economy, and only about 20% are learning about it.
Under a plan of the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC), 100 percent of farming households on e-commerce platforms in 2022 will be trained in digital skills and doing business on e-marketplaces.
On December 30, 2021, the Vietnam Information Technology Journalists Club (ICT Press Club) announced the 10 main ICT events in 2021 in which the imprint of digital transformation was outstanding.
The municipal authorities in HCMC are going through the digital transformation process to comprehensively perfecting all operations of state agencies here, aiming at establishing a digital government.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should strive to build better cybersecurity infrastructure, capabilities and culture.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has agreed with the proposal by the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) on replacing the IT, electronics and telecommunications development program with a digital technology industry development strategy.
After the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite lockdown orders, social distancing, and direct contact restriction, there was not a complete collapse of socio-economic life.
Internet infrastructure in the country is set to receive considerable investment in 2022 to meet users’ growing demand.
Data administration capacity; access to capital, information and documents; access to experts; and costs are the major barriers to Vietnam's digital transformation.
“Make in Vietnam" is an initiative/slogan launched by the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) in 2019, aiming to promote development of the domestic ICT industry.