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Government to go online

The Vietnamese government has approved a plan to transfer elements of its administration online from 2011 to 2015 to better inform residents of government operations. 

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Warnings on loose controls of Internet information
Vietnam has more than 23.3 million Internet users, accounting for 27.1 percent of the population, and ranks fourth for Internet users in Southeast Asia. Measures to control information in online newspapers, online news sites and online games are still loose, warned government officials.

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The role of ICTS in sustainable development for rural communities
Addressing rural poverty and delivering quality education to rural communities is perhaps the greatest challenge currently facing South Africa. The struggle for political freedom is over, but the struggle for equitable educational and economic opportunities for all South Africans continues. Access to information is inextricably linked to the quality of education in remote communities, and, consequently, to the economic opportunities for those living in regions previously demarcated as “homelands”, where the economic and educational policies of the previous regime have had the most negative impact

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Telecom giants streamline subscriber growth goals

The three largest mobile networks in Vietnam – Viettel, MobiFone and VinaPhone – have reduced their targeted growth in subscription rates for 2010 by half that of 2009 even though an estimated 30 million people have yet to purchase a mobile phone.

 

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Boosting communications in the countryside

Since the Ministry of Information and Communications carried out a policy to popularize telecom services in rural areas, the lives of farmers has become easier.

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Telecommunications sector to expand rural services

Developing broad band services in rural areas in Viet Nam and decreasing the technology gap between rural and urban areas is one of the goals that the government and telecommunications businesses have set.

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Vinasat-2 satellite launches early
When the Vinasat-1 was launched, forecasters claimed it would be necessary to launch the second satellite in within 5-7 years. But over one year later, the Vinasat-2 project has kicked off. VietNamNet interviewed Hoang Minh Thong, director of the Vietnam Post and Telecommunication Group’s (VNPT) telecom project management unit, the investor of the Vinasat-2 project.

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Regional telecom regulators discuss regional issues, seek consensus

The 11th South Asian Telecommunications Regulators Council Meeting (SATRC-11) which closed on Thursday saw a host of South Asian nations discuss pertinent issues in the industry. “We discussed cyber security in the region, the quality of telecommunication services provided by the regional operators and the regulatory inefficiencies during the last three days,” Priyantha Kariyapperuma, Director General Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRC) told the media, at the end of the meeting.

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Low Cost Satellite Internet Brings The World To You
Internet technology has come a long way from the days when a 20 kbps speed dial-up connection was considered fast. Cable Internet, broadband and DSL connections brought in a new era in Internet technology. What broadband Internet cannot offer is coverage in remote areas where laying cables in not feasible for broadband service providers. This is where satellite Internet scores over broadband and other Internet technologies.

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IT industry competitive: minister

The Vietnamese Government has created a fair, healthy competitive environment for businesses involved in information and communications technology (ICT), said Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Le Nam Thang. At the first seminar of the Viet Nam International Communications Summit & Expo (Viet Nam Comm 2009) which opened in Ha Noi on November 19, Thang said that Viet Nam had developed a modern communications infrastructure which was capable of providing cutting-edge services.

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