iOS Enterprise Share Dropped to 67% in Q2 2014 While Android's Grew to 32% [Chart]

iOS Enterprise Share Dropped to 67% in Q2 2014 While Android's Grew to 32% [Chart]

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iOS saw its total share of enterprise device activations drop five percentage points to 67%, while Android's share grew an additional five percentage points to 32% in Q2 2014, according to Good Technology's mobility index report. Windows Phone activations remained at a flat 1%.

Good Technology does not have insight into BlackBerry handset activations, so that data remains unknown. Nevertheless, without BlackBerry in the equation, iOS holds two thirds of the enterprise market, while Android holds a third. iOS Smartphone activations remained consistent, while iOS tablet (iPad) activations saw a slight decrease, quarter-over-quarter. Android smartphones saw the largest increase in enterprise device activations quarter-over-quarter, coming in at 30 percent.

Highlights:
● The total number of enterprise app activations continued to see significant double digit growth, increasing 20 percent quarter over quarter.
● The gap seen in previous quarters in the number of tablet app activations versus smartphone activations significantly closed in Q2, coming in at 58 percent and 42 percent respectively.
● Government and public sector recorded an increase of five percentage points in total iPad activations.


Good Technology uses data based from more than 5,000 customers worldwide.

Apple just recently inked a deal with IBM to bring enterprise services to iPhone and iPad with a new class of business apps.

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iOS Enterprise Share Dropped to 67% in Q2 2014 While Android's Grew to 32% [Chart]

iOS Enterprise Share Dropped to 67% in Q2 2014 While Android's Grew to 32% [Chart]
Tgbv91 - August 13, 2014 at 8:23am
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Tgbv91 - August 13, 2014 at 8:29am
Android enterfail - August 13, 2014 at 3:43am
Why would anyone trust an Android that typically is targeted for malware 95% of the time? It certainly is enterprise malware for everyone so hackers can steal more information.
Ren - August 13, 2014 at 3:44am
They thought it had more features to be better at and/or they just want galaxy just for screen.
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