For a business is to remain successful over the long-term, it must be able to roll with market changes and embrace new technologies that make doing business easier. The pandemic forced many businesses to embrace remote working far quicker than they would have liked. But, what it has shown is that can still remain productive while staff work from home.

Consider too that in 2025, the ageing networks that have supplied us with telephony and low-cost internet connections – known as PSTN and ISDN – will be deactivated permanently.

The analogue switch-off will also present a number of challenges around legacy technology that still in use in areas that you may not have even considered – like lift alarms, security alarms, POS machines.

Combined, these factors create the perfect opportunity for businesses to re-evaluate their processes and reimagine how they keep staff, customers and commercial partners all connected.