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Bright future for cloud computing
The market for cloud computing in Vietnam is growing fast. According to a report by Microsoft and Singapore National University announced in 2017, among ASEAN countries, Vietnam has the highest rate of increase in expenditure on Cloud with CAGR at 64,4% in the period 2010 – 2016, compared to the average 49% of the ASEAN region.
From time to time, technology comes up with something new to remind us of how convenient our lives have become. The birth of Uber, a social sharing platform that connects passengers and drivers, is a worthy example of such reminder. Cut out all the details, Uber allows people to travel around in cars not theirs with only smartphones as companions. The idea alone sounds so fantastic that Uber’s dazzling development seems virtually inevitable. The same goes for Grab and DiDi Chuxing – Uber’s greatest followers and also competitors. Uber is operating in 488 cities in the world, Grab is becoming a major force in 650-million-people South East Asia, and DiDi Chuxing has just acquired the very Uber’s China in a $35 billion deal in 2016. Read More “Who will be the final champion? Battle between Taxi companies and Car sharing apps”
Vietnam software industry is developing while overcoming many difficulties. Since 2008 when market size was merely $680 million, the national revenue of software retain stable growth rate of more than 10% per year. Although 2012 is a difficult year for domestic software market due to pressures from an implementation of the Government’s Resolution 11 cutting public spends, especially the complexity of IT process in Decree 102 and the declined purchasing power of consumers led by economic stagnation, export (more precisely is offshore market) still increased dramatically and kept the market upward by 3.1%, reaching $1,21 billion.