More than 160 companies attend Việt Nam IT Day in Japan

Vietnam-ITThe Việt Nam IT Day in Japan 2013 took place on February 26 in Tokyo, organized by FPT in cooperation with the Việt Nam Software Association (VINASA) and Nikkei Computer, the leading IT magazine in Japan.

Việt Nam IT Day in Japan 2013 aimed to attract attention from Japanese entrepreneurs and encourage them to invest in the Vietnamese IT market.

The event also reflected the active engagement of Vietnamese enterprises in exploring development opportunities in the country of cherry blossoms.

The event drew the attendance of 167 Japanese enterprises, indicating their keen interest in the Vietnamese market.

Vietnamese enterprises are prepared for more comprehensive cooperation with Japanese companies in terms of human resources and implementing key IT infrastructure projects for healthcare, government, and education, as well as and new technology trends such as Mobility, Cloud Computing, and Big Data.

Virtualization a major trend for enterprises in Việt Nam

On January 22, one of the leading global virtualization and cloud computing firms, VMware, forecasted the major trends that will be affecting enterprises in Việt Nam in 2013.

VMware said that enterprises will start to see the strategic role cloud computing can play in helping them improve their business performance, increase competitiveness in penetrate new markets.

One of the targets of cloud computing is to provide services and IT-as-a-service to enterprises.

In the new generation of cloud computing, enterprises need to apply a comprehensive approach to planning, building and operating their infrastructure.

Virtualization will help enterprises reduce their IT costs while improving their business.

It is expected to become the major trend for enterprises in Việt Nam as they focus more on increasing the benefits of virtualization and improving the availability of IT, as well as storage and restoration capacities.

Source: eFinance

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