PMS Networks has announced a new campaign that will further strengthen its existing partnership with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise. The campaign, the first of its kind in the UK, will see PMS Networks and ALE collaborate on a series of activities around the Rainbow Office powered by RingCentral Unified Communications solution.
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Greg Roach, CTO of Spinview, discusses how immersive technology enables businesses to test current processes, run synthetic scenarios, access insights and data, thereby allowing them to make better decisions, enhance operations, and drive higher efficiencies.
We look back at the trends that have come to the forefront of IT in 2021.
We look at how extended reality technologies VR and AR evolved from only gaming to slowly incorporating into other aspects of our lives.
Goodstyle.app shared the evolution of virtual fitting rooms.
Bernard Ross, CEO of Sky Medical Technology argues that, with a backlog of operations and treatments to address, global healthcare systems will need to embrace innovation more than ever to balance the growing needs of patients against limited budgets.
Adam Pomeroy, AR/VR Project Manager at Luminous Group, looks at digital transformation and the tech trends that have been accelerated by Covid-19, covering how they will remain part of our lives in the future, post-pandemic.
Tim Massey, Engineering & VR Product Manager, Vicon shows us how VR is being used by forward-thinking businesses worldwide to improve their corporate training.
Bodyswaps, the VR soft skills training specialist, announced its backing from HTC’s VIVE X
Hong Kong students have developed a VR game which puts players on the frontline in the pro-democracy protests.
Huawei hosted its fifth Asia-Pacific Innovation day in Chengdu this week, showcasing a number of innovative applications which work alongside their global push for 5G dominance
British Airways, the second-largest airline in the UK, will begin trialling virtual reality on select flights this year.
VR is in its infancy, but some companies are developing exciting uses for it. The future of healthcare looks set to be a driving force behind VR development.
Augmented reality (AR) has long been popular in mobile gaming and entertainment, but does it have a place in education…