How remote working has transformed the telco industry

Selling in the telecommunications industry used to be simple: commercial buildings relied on commercial services, and residential ones fell into the retail category. However, when the COVID-19 crisis hit, it forced swathes of Britons to work from home (opens in new tab) for months on end, meaning that their broadband (opens in new tab) ended up being used for both business and personal purposes.

While working from home certainly has its benefits, it has caused a lot of disruption. Today, Britons use the same network for confidential business data as well as their social media (opens in new tab) accounts, which can leave a gaping security hole without the right cybersecurity (opens in new tab) practices in place. Home networks also need to provide bandwidth that can cope with Zoom (opens in new tab) usage for eight hours followed by an extra three of Netflix, something most retail services never needed to condone with previously.

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