Tech training vital to adapt to Industry 4.0
As one of the most-developing areas in Vietnam, HCM City is faced with both opportunities and challenges to make the best use of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0).
Computer viruses cause record loss of 637 million USD
Vietnamese computer users suffered a record 14.9 trillion VND (637.6 million USD) in damage from viruses this year, an increase of 21 percent from 2017, according to a cyber security assessment report released by Bkav Technology Group this week.
Vietnam wins four ASOCIO IT awards
Four Vietnamese agencies were honoured with the Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organisation (ASOCIO) awards during a ceremony held in Tokyo, Japan on November 8.
Third club for Vietnamese scientists in Australia set up
A club for overseas Vietnamese scientists, the third of its kind in Australia, has been established in Victoria state’s Melbourne city by the representative office of Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology, which is located in the capital city of Canberra.
Experts talk over Vietnamese digital economy
Domestic and foreign experts gathered at the Vietnam Digital Economy Forum 2018 (VDEF 2018) on November 1 to share strategic visions, practical experiences of the sector’s forerunners, and the indispensible trends of modern digital economy.
Mekong Delta advised to apply hi-tech in various fields
Mekong Delta provinces and cities need to apply advanced technology in agriculture, human resources training, e-government and climate-change adaptation, experts said at a conference held in Vinh Long province on August 29.