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Over recent months we’ve been noticing something of a trend. Several enterprise clients have been commissioning Igloo immersive workspaces - multi-purpose Igloo set-ups, enabling a range of office-based use-cases like immersive data visualisation, video conferencing, presentations, prototyping, and ideation.

Then, a couple of months ago, Gartner started touting immersive workspaces as a technology CIOs should be actively investigating. Apparently, they’re about to make their way through the Gartner Hype Cycle. And, they’re part of a wider Evolving Workspaces trend, in which “immersive technologies, such as augmented and virtual reality are ready for mainstream businesses for training and immersive conference room services”. Also, in its technology predictions for 2020, NTT talks of immersive, responsive ‘phygital’ spaces, where the physical world blends with the digital.

From our perspective, the trend is being pushed along by easier access to immersive content - including a new generation of 360-capable, web-based tools from the likes of Tableau, Stormboard, and Trello, not to mention the entire G-suite. And it’s worth emphasising that this plays incredibly well to Igloo technology, as our systems are engineered to work with any content, in any format, from any source.

If you’re looking to stay ahead of the curve, be sure to drop us a line and let us explore the possibilities of immersive workspaces with you.



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