Europe needs to decide on a digital tax and should lead the way, Vestager says.
Edotco says it is ready to build the digital infrastructure needed for a digital economy.
5G technology is one of the key tools for Cambodia to realise the ambition to leapfrog its economic structure to a knowledge-based and innovation-driven economy.
Of course we were convinced when Leonardo da Vinci said, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. In the world of architecture and design, there’s a phrase they call “less is more”.
Edotco (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. (“edotco Cambodia”), an integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company in Cambodia, reaffirmed their commitment as the country’s digital partner at the Digital Cambodia 2019 event today.
Digital technologies will give Cambodia the opportunity to leapfrog traditional stages of development, but it will take the country at least 10 years to complete the transition into a full-fledged digital economy, the minister of economy and finance said yesterday.
Smart Axiata Digital Innovation Fund (SADIF) expanded its investment into two more promising local digital businesses, a move that will contribute to the development of the Kingdom’s digital economy.
Pi Pay yesterday inked yet another partnership with a financial institution to expand the reach of its digital payment services in the Kingdom.
The Civil Service Ministry yesterday urged public institutions to go digital to provide more efficient and timely services to the public.
Digital identification systems could see developing economies grow up to 13%.
World leaders and business elites gather in Davos to discuss globalization 4.0.
Vietnet Distribution JSC is now an official distributor in Cambodia for LogRhythm.
Facebook to invest 300 million US dollars over three years to support local news.
Myanmar is planning to implement digital marketing to develop the country’s tourism.
A comprehensive digital economy strategy and a five-year road map should be developed in Cambodia to incentivise investment in digital infrastructure.
Smart Axiata has announced that all customers can now buy their applications, content and other digital goods and services using their Smart main balance.
The waste and recycling industry is moving rapidly since the last decade, and it is on the verge of digital transformation.
Developing a harmonised approach to the digital economy would help Asean harness the opportunities of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (or Industry 4.0) and enhance the regional grouping’s digital competitiveness, writes Phidel Vineles.
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) Cambodia yesterday launched its latest publication, a compendium of articles by local and international authors that describes Cambodia’s evolution in the last 10 years toward a digital economy.
Imagine a future where no one goes to an office, but rather, does all their work via the internet. This isn’t science fiction. The independence of being a freelancer, entrepreneur or digital nomad is becoming a reality for more people every day.
Brunei has applied new technologies to transform industries, Minister of Communication Abdul Mutalib said on Tuesday.
Microsoft very much focuses on a high level of education. Through cooperation with schools it is possible to help students enhance their performance in the classroom, and subsequently after graduation.
MoU with Smart to develop future talents and digital corporate leaders.
UnionPay is looking to play a bigger role in Cambodia’s expanding digital economy.
Quantum Comms’ with Endorphine Concept to provide integrated comm services.
The investment into Nham24, through the Smart Axiata Digital Innovation Fund (SADIF), is in line with Smart’s intention to partner with promising digital companies.
India will set up a digital village in Cambodia, says the Indian Ambassador.
Chy Sila left his home when he was 18, and quit university when he was in his sophomore year in architecture.
QLM Label Makers is continuing its expansion drive in Southeast Asia with a $1.5 million facility in Phnom Penh.
The Chinese government today donated about $75,000 worth of IT equipment to the National Institute of Diplomacy and International Relations for the development and training of Cambodian diplomats.