Cybersecurity remains key for tech adoption

IT and business leaders continue to concentrate on cybersecurity, with 25% citing protection against cybercrime as a key priority for the next 12 months, finds a survey by Daisy Corporate Services.

Of 365 respondents, 28% believe an increase in cybercrime will be their main challenge for the next year, with over a third (36%) stating that these concerns hold them back from doing their job effectively. As a result, a quarter (25%) of respondents say they plan to invest in cybersecurity products in the coming year.

Lyndsey Charlton, COO at Daisy Corporate Services, said: “Any moves made by enterprises to introduce new technologies and digital models must be carefully considered. It’s crucial that investments are underpinned by robust cybersecurity that safeguards the.”

More than a third (37%) of enterprises identify establishing or improving a digital business model, and driving revenues (36%), as their other main priorities.

Business-wide technology spend is expected to continue over the next 12 months, with 33% confirming that introducing or improving technology transformation is their investment priority.

A third (33%) say they will prioritise investment in cloud and hosting services, and a further 29% plan to focus is on unified communications solutions.

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