A wide range of businesses from all sectors are increasingly looking to house the latest VR & AR equipment in their premises to enable them to fully test the technology and explore how they can utilise it.
These products are often of great value and can be delicate to set up and maintain, with multiple devices to manage and the higher end VR headsets requiring relatively powerful PCs that need to be properly configured and supported.
As this is new technology and requires some knowledge and expertise to use effectively, IT departments can be reluctant to utilise their own existing resource to maintain the devices, as it provides them with an additional workload that they can often ill afford.
Furthermore, the technology itself is developing exponentially and hence new products will come to market on a fairly regular basis, all of which will need evaluating, sourcing and installing if purchased.
To truly remain on top of the evolution of VR & AR and the marketplace encompassing it, companies therefore must have access to trusted expertise to help them manage all of this effectively and clearly highlight the correct way forward.