The KEDR experiment is ongoing at the VEPP-4M e(+)e(-) collider at Budker INP in Novosibirsk. The collider center of mass energy range covers a wide spectrum from 2 to 11 GeV. Most of the up-to-date statistics were taken at the lower end of the energy range around the charmonia region. Planned activities at greater energies up to the bottomonia would lead to a significant increase of event recording rates and accelerator backgrounds, thus stressing the existing DAQ and trigger systems beyond their limits. The described DAQ upgrade plan includes: the redesign of the trigger electronics using modern components to improve the trigger decision time; the development of new readout processors using ethernet connections; new software for collecting events and electronics management; high level of parallelization of data transfers and events processing; improved reliability based on readout computing cluster with redundancy. The upgraded DAQ system is going to be very flexible and could be considered as a concept prototype of the projected BINP Super Charm-Tau Factory.