In 2017, Microsoft announced that it has no plans to release new smartphones, after a massive 17 years.
So while we can't really suggest it as the best business phone, Windows phones will most likely still be available to purchase from reselling sites like eBay and Amazon, so if you want to provide your teams with cheap business-focused phones, you can do.
At its best, the Windows Phone does still combine some of the strengths of iPhone, Android and - yes - BlackBerry.
You can centrally manage a fleet of Windows Phones, so you can ensure updates happen and lost devices don't lead to lost data.
And while Microsoft has closed the door on its mobile efforts, it will still continue to support devices via security patches and bug fixes.
So, you can still opt for a Windows Phone, and if you do, there are a couple that stand out. The HP Elite x3 offers high-end specs with nice design features and an all-around good user experience, not to mention an excellent battery life, which for a business user is a massive plus.
The Windows Lumia 950 still provides great functionality and an interface that naturally lends itself to business. What’s more, users can purchase a Windows Continuum which easily connects their Windows phone to a monitor, meaning a PC is not needed to work on a larger screen.