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Digitization is a common trend of many industries and fields in the era of the fourth industrial revolution, so culture and art are no exception. 

Online logistics model used to sell farm produce

Hundreds of tons of litchis were exported to choosy markets in May via Vietnam Post’s e-commerce platform. This was the beginning of a logistics model specifically designed for farm produce.

Farmers become millionaires thanks to smart agriculture

Vietnam wants sustainable agricultural growth. This requires added value from production, processing, market development as well as a digital economy and smart agriculture.

Deputy PM signs decision on national database sharing

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has recently signed Decision No.1911/QD-TTg dated November 15, 2001 on the connection and sharing between the national database on population with national and specialised databases.

Vietnam to honor Top 50 security experts

Every year, Vietnam will honor the Top 50 security experts who have contributed to detecting security holes of national digital platforms.


Digital transformation process speeds up amid Covid pandemic: Prime Minister

Vietnamese Prime Minister Minister Pham Minh Chinh took part in a working session on digital transformation with Japanese technology corporations on November 24 within the framework of his official visit to the country.

More people are pursuing IT careers as the digital economy takes off

By September 2021, Vietnam had more than 1.3 million unemployed workers. Meanwhile, the local IT industry, with its growth momentum and large contribution to GDP, is hungry for human resources. 

Vietnamese-made teaching software, tech platforms needed for online study

The problems in online teaching in Vietnam are due mostly to the lack of a locally made technology system specifically designed for teaching online.

Five Make-in-Vietnam start-ups call for investment

Cyber Apply Vietnam, EM&AI, MOVAN ISO, tMonitor and MiSmart are five startups selected by the Vietnamese Ministry of Science to introduce to investors.

‘Make-in-Vietnam’ cloud computing and the opportunity to gain market share at home

Cloud computing platforms will be a new-generation telecommunications infrastructure used for the development of a digital government, economy and society.

Digital transformation to create new growth engine for Vietnam's agriculture

As digital transformation will help overcome most of the weaknesses faced by the local agriculture sector, it should be considered a breakthrough solution for sustainable growth and development in Vietnam.

Too many traceability apps confuse farm-produce buyers

The farm produce traceability system in Vietnam still doesn’t match GS1 standards (the most widely used system of standards in the world), and, as such, the existing traceability apps are just for internal use.

Pandemic makes 85 percent of Vietnamese consumers more likely to use digital banking in future

Around 85 percent of Vietnamese banking consumers are more likely to use online and digital banking services compared to 18 months ago, according to a new report from SaaS cloud banking platform Mambu.

Breakthrough awaited after Education Minister’s speech

Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Kim Son, when answering inquiries before the National Assembly, said his ministry is promoting an overall strategy on digital transformation in the educational sector.

Vietnam calls on regional countries to embrace opportunities from digital diplomacy

As travel restrictions and social distancing measures are still in place, digital technology has helped to keep the world connected and maintain the global supply and production chains, and the diplomatic service is no exception.

Data defined as new resource for economic and social development

Most recently, Vietnam's e-government development strategy towards digital government for the period 2021-2025 with a vision to 2030 has clearly identified that data is a new type of resource.

Vietnamese firms on better footing in cyber security market

The Vietnamese cyber security market, which was previously flooded with solutions developed by foreign businesses, have become more balanced, and domestic firms are tend to be on a better footing.

Enhanced digital training for farmers and small vendors in Vietnam

The Ministry of Industry (MoIT) is enhancing digital training support for farmers and small vendors, in response to the seemingly permanent shift towards online retail trading, caused by the pandemic. 

Technology helps manage thousands of workers without shop foremen

Instead of foremen, shops now can be controlled by monitoring cameras and face recognition technology. This allows factories to maintain stable operations in all situations.

Digital transformation in VN’s diplomatic sector

Digital transformation is one of the most urgent needs for the diplomatic sector.