Vietnam’s Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) is expected to announce national online meeting platforms for state agencies, organisations, businesses, and individuals in June.
The move is part of the MIC’s plan for promoting the development and use of next-generation national online meeting platforms in Vietnam after assessing products developed by key technology firms in accordance with set criteria.
As one of 35 national digital platforms that are set to be developed, the online meetings will be deployed on the technical infrastructure of state agencies and key technology firms nationwide.
National online meeting platforms for state agencies must meet basic and advanced technical requirements in terms of features, functions, and performance.
At the same time, they must ensure the security of information storage and prevent the loss or illegal exploitation of data in accordance with the State’s regulations.
Integration with other digital platforms will be key to optimising costs and ensuring ease of use.
MobiFone, Viettel, and NetNam have contacted the Central Post and Telecommunications Department to discuss their plans to make products in accordance with the criteria.
It is expected that the platforms will be perfected and prepared for use in April. A team of experts will be set up in May to assess the platforms before the final announcement slated for June.
By Bich Thuy