Report: “Apple Continues to Dominate the Enterprise”

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If you are in enterprise, reports are you most likely use an Apple device. What report is this coming from? Well, one from Good Technology, which is an independent group. What this report included was the above graph (and one more below), that show Apple devices being activated more than any other platform. Don’t worry, Android users, Android smartphones almost did more than the iPad. The iPhone alone was activated more than any type of device on any other platform combinedThat alone should be enough information, however the report continues.

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The top 10 devices, as listed in the above chart, are 80% Apple devices. The only other devices to make the list were devices from a certain South Korean company that Cupertino has come in contact a lot with recently, and a certain company that Google recently acquired. The Galaxy S III and Droid Razr are the only other two in the top 10, with the Galaxy S II coming in at 11th. Other than that, the iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPad 3, iPad 2, iPad 4, iPad 1, iPhone 3GS. Yes, the iPhone 3GS. That made the list. If this isn’t enough evidence that Apple is winning in enterprise, just take a look at the full report below.

What do you think? Are you using an Apple device in enterprise? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.

 

Via: 9to5Mac, Good Technology

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  • Jamie Mayers

    Well this is a revelation. As every other report that i have seen lately shows android smartphone activations out striping iPhone by about 30% globally. Not only that Android accounts according to CNET and Engadget for 50-55% of global activated smart phones. Let me guess, this survey was compiled in Cupertino right…..?