The Hanoitimes - Industry 4.0 will require Vietnam lots of efforts to tap its potential and Australian educational institutions get ready to make the goals attainable. Australia minister visits Vietnam for tighter economic, cultural ties Australia supports Vietnam in innovation Australia, with a strong education ties knotted with Vietnam over the past decades, has been active in supporting the preparations for the country’s high quality manpower in the Fourth Industry Revolution. Swinburne University of Technology and FPT University reach an agreement. Photo: FPT In recent years, the matured and diverse Vietnam-Australia relations, typically with the bilateral relationship elevated to a Strategic Partnership, has encompassed cooperation on a wide range of issues, including education. Accordingly, Australia has intensified its support to Vietnam through a specific Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on vocational education and training as well as a … [Read more...] about How Australia prepares manpower for Vietnam in Industry 4.0?
How cloud computing is changing the world
Lam Le, RSM partner – Tax and Consulting How have digital technologies transformed the private sector in Vietnam? With the economic growth and pace of development, the private sector in Vietnam is growing strongly with nearly 620,000 operating businesses and contributing approximately 40 per cent of GDP. In particular, the private sector employs about 51 per cent of the national labour force and creates about 1.2 million jobs each year. The development trends of the digital era require enterprises to not shy away from innovation and take on a more creative mindset. There is a definitive need for additional investment, but this is not beyond the capabilities of the majority of entrepreneurs. In addition, the application of AI, the internet of things, robotics, augmented reality, VR, blockchain, and big data does not require great expenses. However, after implementing technology and buying machinery and digital equipment, many enterprises have encountered obstacles. Just like … [Read more...] about New digital tech in the private sector
How will it be different now compared to previous years? Cloud computing technology has been used for data storage for the last five years. It has replaced all methods of traditional storage. After many years of development and the emergence of many different suppliers, cloud computing technology keeps being prominent. In the coming years cloud computing technology will even be more prominent, especially with e-commerce growing inexorably. So how will cloud computing be different and make a bigger leap in 2019 compared to previous years? Let’s find out. In the past decade science and technology companies have begun to have important projects on cloud computing. Recent advances in technology have also contributed a lot to this new field. Talking about cloud computing, one of the first major milestones was the launch of Amazon Web Services, which offers users many utilities. However, after that, storing data began to get more attention. The business process of most companies now … [Read more...] about Cloud computing’s likely leap in 2019
(VEN) - Philips Lighting N.V officially renamed it Signify on May 16, 2018. The renaming is considered a further development step of the world’s leading lighting company after it separated from the Philips Group in May 2016 to become an independent operator. Antonio Espada Cid, General Director of Signify in Vietnam, said with this change in its name, the company targets new heights in the future. Antonio Espada Cid, General Director of Signify in Vietnam Changes Signify is the new name of Philips Lighting, a world leader in integrated LED lighting, including entire systems, software and services. While the company has a new name, its product brand - Philips - remains unchanged, as Philips has become one of the most popular and trusted electronic brands in the world, which is associated with a lot of inventions and breakthroughs created by the group over the past century plus. Through a copyright agreement with the Royal Philips Group, Signify expects the … [Read more...] about Changing to reach new heights
Digital transformation is now an inevitable trend in developing and developed countries alike. Lim May Ann, executive director of the Asia Cloud Computing Association, talked to VIR's Bich Thuy about its recent study on cross-border data flows: a review of regulatory enablers, blockers, and key sectoral opportunities in five Asian economies. Why did you choose India, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, and Vietnam for this report? These five countries were selected as a representation of a wide range of policy approaches towards cross-border data flows and the digital economy that are currently being considered by governments around the world. Additionally, these countries are at pivotal points in the development of their digital economy infrastructure, which is clearly affected by their regulatory environments. The Vietnamese legal framework for cross-border data flows is currently considered “not yet open.” How does this affect the participation of international service … [Read more...] about Cross border data flows: how to approach the digital economy