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Employ Mixed Reality to Optimize Your Remote Work Operations


AR and VR remote work are just beginning to penetrate the professional world.

They are here to stay as new use cases are emerging every day that are making remote work more manageable and exciting.

After more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, we can safely say that remote work is here to stay. As per a Gartner report, about 74% of business leaders plan to shift to a remote work model even after the COVID crisis ends. This is because it has been observed that remote working has led to improved productivity and reduced operating costs. This is a win-win situation for businesses.

Now, businesses are shifting their focus towards advanced technologies like mixed reality to optimize their remote work operations even further. AR and VR remote work is slowly becoming the new norm. The new model gives employees access to new levels of work environments, customers, and much more. Here’s a look at how this works.

AR and VR Remote Work Applications

Employing mixed reality for remote work operations has numerous applications. Here’s a look at three major areas where this technology can help in remote working.  

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Employee Training

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) provide simulated training that can enhance the safety of employees. They can also simplify the training process, improve complex decision-making and reduce human errors. AR and VR are highly beneficial for high-risk jobs, such as healthcare, emergency services, military and manufacturing, to name a few. For example, Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 has been used for training purposes in various organizations and helped reduce the overall training time by as much as 85%.

Virtual Assistants

AR and VR enable people from different locations to collaborate seamlessly. This feature helps AR and VR to be used for virtual assistance. For instance, a digitally generated character with Natural Language Processing capabilities is able to interact and communicate with customers in multiple languages. Similarly, a VR virtual assistant can help users navigate through the virtual world easily, such as a virtual exhibition or showroom.

Marketing and Sales

Augmented and virtual reality helps provide unique experiences to customers. The sales and marketing teams can leverage these technologies in times of remote work to carry out their tasks without having to meet potential customers personally. It also helps businesses to create more engaging and immersive marketing campaigns that can result in increased sales. Mixed reality opens up new horizons for remote working. It creates a world with no geographical limits, saves operating costs, increases employee productivity, enhances sales, and eliminates errors.

As you plan to adopt AR and VR remote work, just acquiring and implementing AR and VR devices won’t be enough. You will need to partner with an experienced enterprise that will provide end-to-end AR and VR remote work solutions, right from procurement to adoption to maintenance, to maximize the value of your investment. 



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Which Subscriptions are Brits Cancelling this Year?


A new study from online data experts at VPN Overview has revealed which popular online subscription services are most likely to be cancelled this year.

Använder sig av Google search data, the study analysed the number of searches around cancellations. 

The data revealed, “Cancel Amazon Prime” has received the most searches in the last 12 months, with 232,540 on average. 

As the cost of living continues to soar, new research shows Brits are sacrificing their online subscriptions in a bid to spara pengar.

Recent studies show the average household spends £41.70 on online subscriptions each month in 2022, however, with services such as Amazon Prime hiking their prices, it’s no surprise to find that an increasing number of Brits are trying to cancel.

To find out more, online data experts from VPN Overview analysed Google search data to reveal which subscription services are receiving the highest number of searches around cancellations.

Comparing searches YOY from 21 to 22, the data also reveals which subscriptions have received the highest percentage increase overall.

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With 232,540 Google searches in the last 12 months, Amazon Prime is the subscription service most likely to be axed by Brits, followed by Spotify which received 220,340 searches overall.

Both streaming services have recently hiked their prices; Amazon Prime in September, when monthly prices jumped from £7.99 to £8.99, and Spotify at the end of 2021 when family accounts increased from £12.99 to £13.99. It’s also been reported that Spotify are planning a further increase at the end of this year.

Sky TV is next on the list with 163,340 searches around cancellations. An all-inclusive Sky TV package comes in at £110.00 per month, which is no doubt a high price to pay during the cost-of-living crisis.

In fifth place comes Netflix (163,340 searches), followed by Audible, an Amazon-owned platform for audiobooks

Further down the list, queries such as ‘cancel Now TV’ and ‘how to cancel Now TV’ have received 91, 220 UK searches, whilst Amazon Music has received 70.080 and Disney Plus tallied up 49,090.

Which search terms have the highest YOY increase in 2022?

Alongside annual searches, the study also analysed which online subscriptions have the highest YOY increase, suggesting a further surge of cancellations this year.

Sky TV has seen the biggest increase in searches around how to cancel, with the data revealing a 40.53% surge YOY.

This is followed by Apple TV with a 37.25% increase and Netflix with 35.44%. Spotify isn’t far behind with searches for ‘cancel Spotify’ increasing by 31.82%.

Live and on-demand sports streaming platform, Dazn, also makes the list with a 19.05% increase along with BT Sport (18.35%).

Finally, Brits are saying goodbye to Discovery plus, which has seen an increase of 15.97% and Britbox with an increase of 4.72%.

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A spokesperson from VPN Overview commented: “It’s interesting to see such a high number of searches around cancelling subscription services which are often part of our daily lives. However, as the cost of living continues to rise and these services hike their prices, it’s no surprise to see people sacrificing their premium packages.”



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