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Eight of the top ten devices activated for enterprise use in Q4 were Apple devices

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Eight of the top ten devices activated for enterprise use in Q4 were Apple devices
Who says that iOS isn't represented in the workplace? According to Good Technology's quarterly Device Activations Report, iOS devices accounted for a whopping 77% of activations in the sector, an improvement of 71% from the prior year. Android's share was 22.7%, down from 29% in 2011's fourth quarter. The study was made by Good Technology which provides security for mobile devices and analyzed activations made by its clients which includes half the Fortune 100.

The Apple iPhone 5 led in Q4 activation for enterprise use
The top three devices activated for enterprise use in the fourth quarter of 2012 were all Apple iPhone models. The Apple iPhone 5 accounted for about 33% of activations, and that was followed by the better than 20% of all enterprise based activations that belonged to the Apple iPhone 4S. The first non-iOS model in the top ten was the Samsung Galaxy S III which finished 6th with slightly more than 5% of enterprise based activations. The only other non-iOS model in the top ten was the Motorola DROID RAZR which finished tenth. If we extend it out to the top eleven, then we would include the Samsung Galaxy S II which finished eleventh.

Tablet-wise, iOS crushed Android in the enterprise with nearly 90% of all tablet activations in the fourth quarter. While about 55% of all activations in the fourth quarter for enterprise purposes were iPhone models, slightly over 20% were Apple iPad variants. Slightly less than 20% of all activations were related an an Android smartphone. Windows devices accounted for less than .5% of activations in the period. Will we see a comeback by BlackBerry once the BlackBerry Z10 launches in the U.S.?

source: GoodTechnology via AppleInsider

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