Top IT priorities for small businesses: data security, replacement of aging systems

Improving data security remains the most important investment priority in 2005, according to IDC survey, followed by the replacement of aging systems and upgrades to Windows XP. Cost constraints and a lack of understanding of new technologies remain the biggest inhibitors to new investment proposals, however.

Improving data security remains the most important investment priority in 2005, according to IDC survey, followed by the replacement of aging systems and upgrades to Windows XP. Cost constraints and a lack of understanding of new technologies remain the biggest inhibitors to new investment proposals, however.

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