HOBOKEN, N.J., Dec. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Messaging Architects, an eMazzanti Technologies Company and Microsoft expert, explains Microsoft Mesh for Teams in a new article. The informative article first explains how Mesh bridges the gap between physical and digital meetings by bringing colleagues together in the same virtual room.
The author then discusses the use of personalized metaverse meeting avatars in Mesh. He also explains that immersive spaces in Mesh resemble physical locations, providing more opportunities for collaboration. He concludes by stating that users can access Mesh from any device with a Mesh-enabled app.
"Workers have adjusted to collaborating over distance and the technology that powers that collaboration continues to evolve in powerful ways," stated Greg Smith, Vice President of Services Delivery at Messaging Architects. "Mesh for Teams delivers a metaverse meeting experience designed to improve connections and productivity."
Below are a few excerpts from the article, "Microsoft Mesh for Teams Delivers Metaverse Meeting Experience."
Bridging the Gap between Physical and Digital
"While workplaces have transitioned relatively well to remote and hybrid work, the switch has brought significant challenges. Employees miss the more casual hallway encounters and the opportunity to read body language from across the room. And they tire of constant meetings that place them eternally in front of a camera or talking to a screen full of static pictures."
"Enter the metaverse. Gamers have grown comfortable operating in the cybersphere, moving their avatars through digital worlds and interacting with digital representations of real people. Mesh for Teams takes that idea and applies it to business, bringing colleagues together in the same virtual room in a way that feels more present."
"Mesh aims to accomplish this with personalized avatars interacting in immersive spaces. Simulating a physical meeting in a virtual space evens out the playing field, reducing the disparity between in-office and remote workers."
"A second key component of Mesh for Teams involves immersive spaces. These digital spaces will resemble physical locations such as conference rooms and even less formal spaces like networking lounges. And they will provide another opportunity for collaboration, in addition to chats, video calls and in-person meetings."
Microsoft Productivity Experts
Microsoft announced that users will be able to access Mesh-enabled metaverse meeting capabilities in Teams early in 2022. Rollout will begin with personalized avatars and continue with standard, pre-built immersive spaces. Over time, customized immersive spaces and AI capabilities will drive more robust collaborative features.
Contact the Microsoft experts at Messaging Architects to learn how to get the most out of Microsoft Teams using Mesh and other new productivity features.
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