Japanese firm launches ChatWork app for Vietnamese enterprisesBy Tam An Le Ngoc Luan, on behalf of a law firm, directs questions to ChatWork representatives - PHOTO: TAM AN HCMC - Japan-based ChatWork Company, Ltd., on June 12 launched the ChatWork app, which boasts myriad features including text messaging regardless of internet connectivity, phone calls, video calls, and file sharing for all file formats. The app targets Vietnamese firms, facilitating their management and operation. ChatWork’s high security standards helps people connect with each other within corporate environments, among departments, and they can even interact or work with their partners and clients outside the firm, resulting in a productivity increase and cost savings. According to Duong Hoang Anh Nguyen, vice chairman for market development, many Japanese companies have used the ChatWork app over the years, with the number of users reaching some 45,000 people. ChatWork wants to introduce the app to … [Read more...] about Japanese firm launches ChatWork app for Vietnamese enterprises
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The Hanoitimes - According to the ICTnews, Google started to offer support to Vietnamese large- and medium-scale businesses in switching to its Google Apps for Work in late June. The information was announced by the Global Integrated Management System Co Ltd (Gimasys), Google’s strategic partner in Google for Work in Vietnam. Under the support programme, the Vietnamese enterprises will be able to use Google Apps for Work free of charge until their contracts with current email service providers expire. They will also receive free technical training on installing and using Google Apps for Work. Illustrative image To be eligible for the support, Vietnamese companies should have between 100 and 3,000 active email usernames, and have to commit to use Google Apps for Work for at least one more year after the end of the free run. According to Gimasys, this move is part of the group's global plan, which has been deployed since November last year, with the aimsto expand the … [Read more...] about Vietnamese enterpeises provided Google’s supports to switch to Google Apps for Work
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VietNamNet Bridge - BKAV, a "rookie" in the OTT (over-the-top) app market, has made an eloquent statement that Btalk, its newly launched OTT app, will overthrow Viber, a very favorite app for Vietnamese at this moment, to become the most popular OTT app in Vietnam. Deputy Chair of BKAV, Nguyen Tu Hoang, at the Btalk launching ceremony, said that the mission of the OTT app is to replace Viber in Vietnam and reach out to the world market in the near future. … [Read more...] about Will Btalk replace Viber as most popular OTT app for Vietnamese?
Applications for making free calls and messages have made their way into many smartphones in Vietnam, but digital experts warn that owners should be wary of viruses and spy programs that could come along. Vietnam's leading Internet content provider VNG is pouring money into advertising Zalo, while other apps such like "Kakao Talk" of South Korea or "Line" of Japan are also promoted widely in Vietnam. The applications have been referred to as over-the-top ones as they do not come from the traditional telcos or Internet service providers, and thus ride on top of that Internet connection. Representatives of digital firms said the investments into apps for free calls and messages are biggest so far for smartphones and tablets. Zalo is appearing on all media across the country, and an unidentified source from VNG told Tuoi Tre the company has spent at least US$500,000 promoting it. Three Vietnamese engineers Nguyen Thanh Hoa, Nguyen Quoc Minh and Pham Dinh Quoc Hung, data processing … [Read more...] about Free apps come with security risks, experts warn