Second Vietnam-made online meeting platform launched
The program aims to promote platforms of digital technology enterprises developed under the Make-in-Vietnam campaign.
The Vietnamese Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has recently launched online meeting platform eMeeting, a video-conferencing tool made by AIC and Bkav.
eMeeting can cater to a meeting of up to 200 people during 24 consecutive hours, with high security and stable transmission. It will be regularly updated and free for download and use to the public nationwide. The latest version has full basic features for online conferencing.
Vu Ngoc Son, Bkav's vice president in charge of Anti Malware, presents the solution of eMeeting platform. Photo: Hien Minh
With the advantage of a network security company, Bkav said that eMeeting is designed with a protection system of up to nine layers of security, including protection of transmission channels, storage encryption, database encryption, application security, device security and user authentication.
This security system will prevent all possible breaches at the online meeting, such as leaking meeting content or strangers entering meeting room.
Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung said that eMeeting is a great aspiration made a reality by Vietnamese IT engineers who have wished to manufacture products of international standards.
"I would like to call on Vietnamese businesses, especially digital technology enterprises, to create their own big dreams and think big to change their own future and destiny, as well as the country’s," said Dung.
The objective of digital transformation in 2021 is to proactively seek and solve social problems and challenges and this will also be a guideline for the forum "Vietnam's Digital Technology Challenge".
Last May, the MIC launched the online meeting platform Zavi at https://zavi.me, the first of its kind created in Vietnam.
The platform can cater to 100 people in a meeting and proves the rapid advancement of Vietnamese IT staff.
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