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Vietnam’s Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) adoption rate reached 44 percent, ranking second in ASEAN and 10th globally, according to the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC).

2020 the dawn of national digital transformation: Insiders

Vietnam’s information and communications sector must seize the special opportunities presented by COVID-19 to help the country take the lead in digital transformation, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said.

Information and Communications Ministry enhances network security with campaign

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has launched the “Review and remove malware nationwide in 2020” campaign to enhance the country's network security.

Ten get Golden Globe Awards for tech excellence

Ten young talents who have the most outstanding research projects or solutions in science and technology were presented with the Golden Globe Awards 2019 at a ceremony in Hanoi on July 6.

Recruitment demand in IT industry quadruples

The recruitment demand of the IT industry has quadrupled after a decade, according to the report “Information Technology Human Resources of the 2010s and 2020" released by VietnamWorks, 

IT engineer a “hot" job in Vietnam

Human resources in the information technology (IT) sector have been head-hunted in large numbers by both Vietnamese and foreign employers since the beginning of this year.

Sao Khue Awards: IT products seek to reduce losses caused by COVID-19

As many as 113 outstanding information technology (IT) solutions and services will be honoured with the Sao Khue Awards 2020, of which many could support firms affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Can Tho to become first smart city in Mekong Delta by 2025

Can Tho, the most populated city in the Mekong Delta region, has achieved outstanding results in developing a project to build a smart city after nearly two years of implementation.

NA Standing Committee meeting next month to be held online

The 43rd session of the National Assembly Standing Committee wrapped up in Hanoi on March 25 after three days of working.

Nearly 53,000 drug users receive Methadone treatment to cure addiction

Nearly 53,000 drug users in Vietnam has received Methadone treatment to cure their addiction since the treatment was first piloted in Ho Chi Minh City and Hai Phong in April 2008.

HCM City promotes IC, semiconductor industry

The market for integrated circuits (IC) and semiconductors in Vietnam has huge potential, offering great investment opportunities for domestic and foreign enterprises, according to experts.

State Capital Investment Corporation continues divestment, restructuring of enterprises

 VietNamNet Bridge – The State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC) divested State capital from 120 businesses in 2015, earning VND94.49 trillion (US$200.17 million) from a book value of VND1.68 trillion ($74.9 million).

Overseas Vietnamese to get TV, radio news

 VietNamNet Bridge – A project to provide 24 television and radio channels to overseas Vietnamese via the Internet will be implemented from 2015 to 2020.

Official: IT key to administrative reforms

 VietNamNet Bridge – Administrative reform will not be very effective if information technology is not applied, a HCM City leader has warned.

Important data on East Sea safe

 VietNamNet Bridge – Network security experts are concerned that the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment might have lost important data on Vietnam’s economic secrets, national development strategies and research results about the East Sea

National information systems built up, local put in mothballs

 VietNamNet Bridge – A lot of information systems built and developed for local use, have become waste since they cannot be integrated into the national information systems.

National Assembly gets electronic management system

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam Post and Telecommunications Group will transfer the electronic management system e-PAS to the Office of the National Assembly Sep 27, after nearly two years of working out the project.

IT implementation made no significant progress last year

VietNamNet Bridge – Less than 2 per cent of ministries and localities across Viet Nam were rated "Good" in information technology application last year, according to a report of the Ministry of Information and Communications.

Modern technologies make it as easy as anything to tap phones

The software pieces and devices allowing to bug phone calls, read others’ messages or record sounds from a distance have been available in the open air.

Charging fees for online news is a must for publishers to survive

It’s now not the time to discuss whether to charge fees for online news or not, because the answer is obvious: newswires will have to collect fees, if they want to exist and develop.