The applications of the telecommunications industry, information technology, and media continue to grow. The Internet is not lagging behind; disaster protection and recovery plans are becoming more important; a business for its successful functioning requires specialized applications adapted to the needs of a particular company; the development of new technologies continues to bring not only new opportunities, but also new threats. Over the next few years, many companies in these industries will succeed significantly, but at the same time, many will fail.

Despite fierce price competition and price regulation, the telecommunications market has grown significantly over the past ten years. The development was mainly due to the rapid growth of companies' revenues from the provision of Internet access services, broadband communications and mobile services such as new generation of data transmission. Over the next five years, mobile and data services (especially IP networks) will continue to evolve along with the growth in video calls, video messaging and video telephony.