Articles Tagged "Metaverse" (Page 3)
Digital Transformation: What's Next?
After a pandemic-fueled surge, digital transformation is potentially entering a new era with the emergence of Web3 and the metaverse.
Can We Have the Metaverse Without the Goggles, Please?
If we can replicate in person interactions in the metaverse without the goggles, it might just tip the "worth it" equation to the virtual experience side.
Slack Huddles Up, Zoom's New Collaboration Environment, the Metaverse Gets a Standard & More News
Slack adds video chat and a new product for the public sector. Zoom announces Zoom One, the metaverse gets a standards forum and more digital workplace news.
IBM, EY Launch Talent Center of Excellence, Microsoft Metaverse Shake Up, More News
IBM and EY team up to tackle workplace HR challenges while Microsoft loses its HoloLens lead. Bitwave, Apple and Devo round out the news.
Collaboration & Productivity
How the Metaverse Will Usher in a New Era of Collaboration
As the metaverse develops, organizations are starting to look at it as a way to improve enterprise collaboration. Here's why.
The Metaverse Sure Feels Like an Enterprise Thing
Can a mass-market metaverse dream come true? Possibly, but the near-term value lies at work.
Beyond the Hype: 4 Ways to Drive Real Business Value in the Metaverse
The specifics of how businesses can find opportunities in the metaverse can be hard to grasp in this nascent, evolving and exorbitantly hyped space.
Current and Future Uses of Digital Twins Across Industries
Digital twins are now being used across various industries to simulate real-world scenarios. But do they also hold the key to the metaverse?
Virtual Is Real or Real Is Virtual? The Metaverse Game Begins
Without humanizing the experience, the metaverse will remain a mesh of cold technologies, creating a playground for a small tribe of nerds.
How Regulations Will Affect the Metaverse
The metaverse is still developing but there is increasing talk about the rules that will regulate it. Companies should prepare for the privacy implications.