The University of Information Technology (UIT) in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam will build a private cloud computing to develop a ‘virtual campus’ and improve service delivery to students and staff, after upgrading its computing system last year.
lundi 21 janvier 2013
jeudi 3 janvier 2013
HCMC – The inspection department of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on Thursday said violations of software copyrights have decreased this year but use of pirated software at foreign companies has intensified.
mercredi 19 décembre 2012
A number of computer companies in Hanoi and HCM City were fined for software copyright violation in November.
vendredi 7 décembre 2012
HCMC – If Vietnamese software outsourcers did not improve the quality of their human resources, they would likely lose orders from Japanese information technology (IT) firms despite the fact that Japanese enterprises are shifting their orders to Vietnam.
mercredi 14 novembre 2012
Quang Trung Software City Development Company has been instructed by the HCM City People’s Committee to work with the planned Thu Thiem new urban area management board to study possible locations for developing a second site.
Vietnam is making efforts to crack down on copyrights infringements, but such piracy still persists.
mardi 10 avril 2012
Communist-ruled Vietnam is better known for rice and shoes than software developers or internet companies
mardi 21 février 2012
Foreign information technology firms and investment funds are interested in venturing into Vietnamese IT and software development companies.
lundi 12 décembre 2011
The software testing industry in Vietnam has developed rapidly in recent years as local companies have won the confidence of multinational technology giants.
dimanche 27 novembre 2011
Nearly two years after the Public Certificate Authority Services (CA) were put into use, the systems have shown the lack of connectivity. Meanwhile, Vietnamese digital certificates have not been recognized in the world.
vendredi 24 juin 2011
Vietnam’s personal computer (PC) software piracy rate fell by two percentage points to 83 percent in 2010, remarking the first fall after three consecutive years of unchanged piracy rate of 85 percent in 2007-2009.
mardi 17 mai 2011
Software piracy in Vietnam remains prevalent, and is specially high among individuals' computers although the rate looks a bit lower among corporate users, speakers said at a press briefing in HCM City yesterday.
dimanche 9 mai 2010
The study by Business Software Alliance (BSA) and International Data Corporation (IDC) had several shortcomings, the Vietnam Association for Information Processing (VAIP) told a conference on Friday.
vendredi 25 septembre 2009
The high rate of software copyright infringement in Vietnam, estimated at 85 percent, causes annual losses of $275 million in jobs and tax revenues, a report said Tuesday.
mercredi 26 août 2009
HANOI - Vietnam is far ahead of Indonesia in terms of IT development and is closing the gap with the Philippines, a senior official from the UN's communications technology agency said Wednesday.
mardi 18 août 2009
The Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Team received an "official complaint" from its Korean counterpart KrCERT, stating the South Korean agency had never requested BKIS to help investigate the attacks. "BKIS is only a small centre, but successful in finding the origin of attackers, and then we get in trouble," said BKIS director Nguyen Tu Quang.
Bach Khoa Internet Security Centre, or Bkis, and Lac Viet Computer Joint Stock Co have become the first Vietnamese firms to join the Business Software Alliance (BSA) whose members include leading IT firms Microsoft, Apple, Cisco and Adobe.
mardi 2 juin 2009
Vietnam has joined the ranks in tenth position of the top ten attractive software outsourcing countries in the ranking list of AT Kearney consulting firm (2009 A.T. Kearney Global Services Location Index), reported ICTNews.
samedi 10 janvier 2009
The Vietnamese government will move to several open-source applications by the end of next year as the country also tries to reduce the use of pirated software.
dimanche 4 mai 2008
From their new office, former Silicon Valley executives Le H. Hung and Steve Cook can look out on what American soldiers used to call Red Beach, where in 1965 Marines launched a massive buildup in this coastal city. Da Nang, a major U.S. Air Force staging area during the Vietnam War, is a city whose name still conjures images of Marines, M-16s and Huey helicopters for many Americans, said Cook, chairman of Enclave, a software development company launched less than a year ago.