Reply To: Working Remotely


No, an ISDN modem is no longer the go-to equipment for connecting remotely to a client. ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) technology was widely used in the past for digital communication over the telephone network. However, with the proliferation of high-speed internet and wireless connectivity, ISDN has largely been replaced by faster and more reliable technologies.

Today, remote access to clients is typically accomplished using a virtual private network (VPN), which provides a secure and encrypted connection over the internet. VPNs can be used to connect to a client’s network from anywhere in the world, as long as there is an internet connection available.

In addition to VPNs, other technologies such as remote desktop software and cloud-based services are commonly used to connect to client networks and systems. These options allow remote access to applications, data, and resources, without the need for specialized hardware like an ISDN modem.
So, in summary, while ISDN technology was commonly used in the past for remote connectivity, it has largely been replaced by newer and more advanced technologies like VPNs and remote desktop software.