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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.

Ministry of Information and Communication with new missions, new space

According to Minister of Information and Communication Nguyen Manh Hung, the second innovation is digital transformation. The Information and Communication Ministry has embarked on new missions, a new space and new energy.

'Make in Vietnam' and the challenge of digital transformation

When solving the challenges of the 4.0 era and setting 'impossible' goals for themselves, digital technology businesses will help Vietnam grow significantly.

Make in Vietnam, by Vietnam for a fresh digital orientation

Vietnam has made impressive steps in its digital transformation journey in 2020, with strong aspirations and ambitious targets set through the launch of the Make in Vietnam programme.

Hack4Growth-Covid Endgame contest names winners

The Global Association of Vietnamese Scientists and Experts (AVSE Global) organised an award ceremony for the Hack4Growth-Covid Endgame innovation contest in Hanoi on December 26.

Make in Vietnam: Becoming a technology giant after years of sluggish progress

Over the years, we have always been in the position of a technology outsourcing country. So what is the road to develop Vietnamese technology businesses?

Prime Minister: "Digital technology enterprises must pioneer in innovation"

At the National Forum on Developing Digital Technology Businesses 2020, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Phan Tam read a letter from Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to the Vietnamese digital technology business community.

“Make in Vietnam” and "tell your Vietnamese story": MIC Minister

Minister of Information and Communications (MIC) Nguyen Manh Hung has called on every Vietnamese citizen and enterprise to take part in “Make in Vietnam” and tell their own Vietnamese story.

Unified corporate governance platform launched

More than 12,000 enterprises are currently using the MISA AMIS platform, which is one of the digital platforms under the Make in Vietnam campaign, helping enterprises embark on the digital transformation process.

2020 – the year of Vietnam’s national digital transformation strategy

The government considers the development of telecommunication infrastructure and IT as one of its top priorities.

Local technology enterprises must regain the market

"Vietnam's overall economic growth rate is below 10%. The growth target for digital technology enterprise should be set at 15-20% and even more," said Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam at the National Forum for Developing Technology Enterprises.

Hanoi hosts national forum on development of digital enterprises

A national forum aimed at fostering the development of local digital enterprises kicked off on December 23 in the capital as part of a one-year review since the implementation of the “Make in Vietnam” strategy.

Protecting digital content copyright with Make in Vietnam technology

The Digital Copyright Center that was recently established in Vietnam will listen and scan 600 newspapers, forums and blogs, 90 million Facebook profiles, 2 million fan pages, and 3 million groups on social networks.

Portal to boost Vietnam's exports launched

Business Association of High Quality Vietnamese Products and Vietnamese High Quality Products – Global Integration Standards project have launched https://vnprogis.com/ to connect producers of Vietnamese high-quality goods with international market.

Five “Make in Vietnam” cloud computing platforms are certified

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has presented certificates to five Vietnamese firms that have cloud computing platforms that have met technical criteria to serve e-government and e-governance. 

Cybersecurity powerhouse and Vietnam’s digital trust

By developing Make in Vietnam cybersecurity products on the basis of open platforms, technology firms will be able to create 'digital trust' among consumers.

Corporate management platform Base.vn launched

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) launched the corporate management platform Base.vn in Hanoi on November 20.

"Make in Vietnam" akaBot platform helps businesses grasp opportunities from digital transformation

The launching ceremony of the akaBot platform – corporate process automation - was held by the Ministry of Information and Communications in Hanoi on Friday.

Vietnam ranks 21st in AI

With heavy investments in AI by large corporations such as FPT, Viettel, VNPT and Vingroup, many overseas Vietnamese experts in AI have returned to Vietnam.

Make-in-Vietnam digital product awards receive 239 entries

Entries for the first “Make in Vietnam” digital technology product awards closed on October 20 and 239 submissions were received in the two months since they opened on August 20.