Hanoi is looking to improve its image in information technology applications and has initiated several key programmes to ensure this happens in 2021.
The move is a step towards turning off 2G in the first quarter of 2022 and a part of the programme to universalise smartphones in the country.
Advancements in the payments sector are pushing central banks to digitalise, and banks around the world are examining whether they could leverage technology and issue fiat money in digital form.
To encourage the cloud sector, the Vietnam government has been strategically investing in infrastructure and national policies.
The project will help the committee digitise its data on operations, investment promotion, and management of Vietnam-Laos cooperation projects.
The policy aims to bring about profound changes by building a nurtured ecosystem that promotes research and innovation from individuals and organisations.
This system will help the government to make the vaccination process more effective, citizen-friendly and ensure smooth running for India billion-plus population.
Determined proponents of digital inclusion, the New Zealand government feels it vital that everyone can participate fully in, and make the most of, an increasingly digital world.
Deployment of technology not only facilitates better citizen-services but can be a driver for the domestic industry that produces and manages such technology solutions.
ShramShakti will be able to address the data gap and empower migrant workers who generally migrate in search of employment and income generation.