BT to Switch ISDN Network off by 2025

BT have announced that their ISDN will eventually be switched off by 2025, starting in 2020! But what does that mean, and is your company ready for the change?

ISDN stands for the Integrated Services Digital Network and comes in two flavours: ISDN2 and ISDN30 which each allow for 2 and 30 channels per line respectively. The switch-off means that business using these services will no longer be able to do so.

Contingency Planning: Remote working

As the coronavirus hits fast, it’s time to start making disaster recovery plans and putting firm measures in place that will allow you to function remotely.

It’s more a matter of when, rather than if – and contingency planning isn’t something that can be thrown together at the last minute.

Standard Utilities Sponsor Prize Draw at IoD NI Annual Dinner 2017

This year Standard Utilities were honoured to sponsor the charity prize draw at this year’s IoD NI Annual Dinner 2017. A highlight of the corporate social calendar, that saw over 200 delegates attend. The prize draw offer the opportunity for the audience to win a Formula 1 Karting experience, David Meade tickets, Ulster Rugby tickets and a brand new Samsung Galaxy J5 smartphone, donated by us here at SU.

Rockport School to work with Rockstars of UK & Irish Art Scene

GCSE Pupils at Rockport School are getting unique access to the rockstars of the UK and Irish art world thanks to a new programme called Stretching the Canvas.

The scheme is aimed at inspiring young students towards a career in visual arts; by giving them studio time, mentoring and support from some of the UK and Ireland’s finest contemporary artists. It is being delivered through Visual Arts Ireland and is made possible through Standard Utilities’ sponsorship.

Moving from ISDN to SIP

Today’s business climate is very different to yester year thanks to the power of the internet. With the assistance of smart communication tools businesses can successfully offer reliability and flexibility to their customers. However not everyone is prepared with the correct equipment…

Cyber Security for Telecommunications

Take a second to think how many services are available online. In a given day you could go online to check your bank balance, scroll through your social media newsfeed, pay your car insurance during your lunch and put your feet up at night whilst ordering some groceries or new clothes. If everyone around the world is carrying out similar activities that equates to a lot of personal and sensitive data floating about in the cloud. So it is no surprise that cyber security remains an ongoing problem…

Standard Utilities to Sponsor 10th Annual IoD Women’s Leadership Conference

Now in its tenth year, the IoD Women’s Leadership Conference 2017 will celebrate ‘The Power of Ten’ at Titanic Belfast. We’re proud to announce that Standard Utilities will be sponsoring the conference as it continues to applaud women in leadership roles for another year. The Power of Ten…

Capitalizing on Telecommunication for SMBs

Telecommunications plays a huge part in our daily lives. For businesses, this means adapting products and services in line with the latest technologies in order to meet marketplace demands and stay competitive.

This provides a huge opportunity for small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) to capitalize on. SMBs with limited internal IT resources should utilize smart technologies available to find phone solutions that help cut costs and increase productivity.

We’re “Stretching the Canvas” to Sponsor Rockport School

We’re delighted to announced our new ‘Stretching the Canvas’ programme in collaboration with Visual Arts Ireland. Over the past few months, we’ve been working tremendously hard behind the scenes to develop a new programme that will encourage students to get involved with visual arts. Together with Visual Arts, we will be sponsoring Rockport School’s Art department! It will provide a great opportunity for students to learn valuable and transferable skills that they can take with them throughout their education and career.

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