The fifth generation of mobile networks, or 5G, is poised to revolutionize Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) for businesses. 5G improves call speeds, has greater capacity, and reduces latency, making VoIP calls clearer and more reliable than ever before.
Many people associate virtual reality (VR) with gaming, but its applications don't stop there. You might not know it, but the immersive sensory experiences VR can provide are helping businesses in wonderful ways, too.
Virtual hands-on training has been proven to be much more effective than in-classroom or e-learning methods.
Virtual reality (VR), the technology that immerses users in digitally created simulated experiences, is experiencing a surge in growth. There are now many more uses of VR than first realized. These include applications in academic research, engineering, design, the arts, and entertainment.
Besides looking like an early version of Cyclops from The X-Men, what’s with all the hype on virtual reality? How much of a difference can be made by slipping ourselves into a three-dimensional world? For businesses, operating with the same routine day in and day out can be quite monotonous for employees.