Eight out of ten small businesses are happy with their current broadband services, new research has revealed.
The study by broadband provider Easynet Connect has found that just over 80 per cent of growing firms are not looking to boost their service, while a similar percentage are using asymmetric connections as part of packages.
However, the company has warned that, as 50 per cent of small businesses plan to use cloud computing and other emerging IT trends, many organisations may have to rethink their broadband set-ups.
Chris Stening, managing director of Easynet Connect, said it was "worrying" that more firms are preparing themselves for changes, by "creating a formal migration strategy, increasing security, ensuring they have a reliable and good quality internet connection or considering the impacts on their bandwidth and data demands".
At the end of last year, Easynet Connect called for business broadband providers to consider adopting a common benchmark for measuring customer service.