In Episode 161 of My Metaverse Minute, Kieron discusses the possibilities of the Intraverse — a term coined by Gartner researchers — to support the hybrid work model and new economic investments in the Metaverse.
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00:15 — This episode is sponsored by Community Summit North America, which will take place October 10-13 in Orlando, Florida.
00:40 — Gartner researchers researchers looked into the difficulties of the hybrid work models — meaning those who split their time working from home and working in the office — and were reminded of the idea of the discussed the intranet, which is an internal network that looks like the World Wide Web, but is closed and essentially a walled garden.
01:07 — Add the Metaverse and, as coined by Gartner, the intraverse is a combination of the internet and the Metaverse. This concept evaluates what an internal Metaverse, or an intraverse, would look like.
01:35 — Many companies might be against investing in an intraverse, aiming to have a more lucrative economic investment in the Metaverse.
02:01 — By introducing an intraverse to support the hybrid work models, companies will experience different economic businesses. Because we’re in an era of remote work, offering the Intraverse could promote employee retention, for example.
02:43 — The intraverse is an opportunity to balance on the middle ground of investing in the Metaverse, almost like a trial period, as well as enabling businesses to maintain a hybrid work model.
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