Gear Up Your Business Today To Face The Digital Realty Tomorrow
The “fourth industrial revolution” is well underway, and we are not very far off from accomplishing it. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit Limited (EIU) 2016, the top channels that will engage the most number of the population are social media (63% of respondents), the World Wide Web (53%), mobile apps (47%) and mobile web (46%).
This data clearly shows that enterprises must pay attention to the principles for digital disruption so as to be best positioned for tomorrow’s complex digital realty. It’s about business transformation, not technology and digital transformation is a journey, not a project. Top management must perform their role in breaking down operational silos, which are everywhere, and keep motivation and momentum going within their working system.
With every aspect of business being disrupted by products and services, customer experiences, to internal operational processes; it’s increasingly essential for organizations to keep pace. The digital transformation may seem like a daunting process requiring investment in terms of time, resources and budget, but it’s critical to success.
Over the next decade, advances in digital realty will involve an amalgamation of augmented realty (AR), virtual realty (VR), mixed realty and immersive technologies that will eventually lead to more natural and intuitive ways for technology to ease our lives.
Digital realty has already entered the battlefield of industries and has already begun to govern the business operations. Here stating how AR, VR and Mixed Realty can totally turn a business into a hi-tech, efficient and organized system that will only give quick outputs.
- Bringing together multiple mixed realty devices in a shared space will open up new collaboration options. With mixed realty, team members can connect on a shared virtual platform overlaying the physical. This diverse realty experience could be especially beneficial for sales representatives when pitching a new offer.
- Many enterprises struggle to address all the support requests from workers that require expert advice. Flying specialists to various locations to fix things is both costly and time-consuming. Mixed realty extends a hands-free method to access an expert immediately and economically. For example, an oil and gas specialist working on drilling equipment in the middle of the sea can send a live video feed of what he witnesses, and the expert engineer can watch and observe the 3D world presented on the mixed realty headset to govern the task.
- For the Learning and Development Industry, Digital Realty is a boon. Learning becomes easy and exciting. A coach can virtually connect with his students on a shared platform and explain his subject with virtual objects in the real world.
Stay ahead of the curve
At Social DNA Labs, we believe that rather than tuning our clients to be in sync with trends, we should be empowering them to be the industry disrupter and lead these trends. Which we have been already practicing. We have carefully built upon a legacy of leadership in the domains across all industries, with enabling technologies that put our services to work to do its greatest good for our clients.
Embracing the new digital realty with these simple hacks
If you think that how can your company improve its current IT systems and operations, then let us simplify it further for you. You have to first identify what your specific business needs and goals are to allocate budget intelligently. We will help you draw up a transformation roadmap which aligns with your company’s overall growth strategy and encourage collaboration with senior management.
However, when building a new digital model, it is important to get the balance right. Hence, we will take an application-centric approach, thinking about how we can connect your new and old systems to maximize capabilities, but also avoid getting rid of technology if it is still valid.
We will need your support in ensuring digital change initiatives are adopted across your business domains company in small, manageable chunks that will make the whole process less daunting for employees. Perhaps we can start by encouraging the more technologically savvy or early technology adopters to examine the new processes and tell others how they work across the business.