At the meetign to release the book (Photo: SGGP)

Book on fifty top IT companies in Vietnam released

Top fifty IT firms of Vietnam earn over VND20,676 billion ($930 million) in revenue hiring 35,542 employees, the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) wrote in its books released yesterday in Hanoi.
 
A press conference on the award is held by the Ministry of Education and Training and Bao Son Corporation (Photo: SGGP)

Bao Son Awards launched to look for new inventions

The Ministry of Education and Training and Bao Son Corporation yesterday jointly launched Bao Son Awards to look for new inventions in the fields: education innovations, poverty elimination, sustainable economic development, healthcare and literature,
 
Visitors stand before VNPT’s presentation stall during the 2017 Việt Nam ICT Investment Forum in Hà Nội. — Photo xahoithongtin.com.vn

Deputy PM wants ICT investment

The digital aspect of the global economy is among the leading drivers of growth and development, and the foundation for increased industrial productivity, as well as creating opportunities for businesses, stated Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam at the 2017 Viet Nam Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Investment Forum (VIF) held yesterday in Hà Nội.
Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Thanh Hung speaks at the seminar (Photo: SGGP)

Ministry of Finance & Da Nang lead in Vietnam ICT Index 2017

The Ministry of Finance and the central city of Da Nang continued to lead in Vietnam ICT Index 2017, said the Ministry of Information and Communications and the Vietnam Association for Information Processing.
 
Candidates sit for the competition (photo: SGGP)

Global ICT Challenge for Youth with Disabilities

The Global ICT Challenge for Youth with Disabilities (GITC) was held in Hanoi to help youth with disabilities to overcome their difficuties and challenge themselves for a better future by providing them with access to ICT and related experience, encouraging strong participation in society of youth with disabilities and finding a job.
 
A woman walks past a board showing telephone numbers on sale. (Photo: laodong.vn)

Three telecom giants test mobile number portability

Thee major telecom network providers - Viettel, VinaPhone and MobiFone - started testing mobile number portability (MNP) on Thursday, which allows subscribers to keep existing mobile number when switching networks.
Inside a FPT Shop store in Dan Phuong district, Hanoi (Photo: fptshop.com.vn)

Vietnam posts 11.5 percent IT revenue growth

Vietnam’s revenue from information and communication technology in 2016 reached nearly $68 billion, posting an 11.49 percent year-on-year increase.