iOS Dominates The Enterprise Market With 72% Activations In Q1 2015 [Report]

This is despite a 1% drop in iOS enterprise activations during the period, allowing Android to climb up to 26% activations while Windows Phone remained stuck at 1%. In terms of devices favored by enterprise customers, the iPhone 6 was the most popular device, accounting for 26% of all activations during Q1 2105. Further, 28 out of the top 30 enterprise devices came from Apple and Samsung, showing their duopoly in the enterprise market.
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Apple has retained its dominance in the enterprise mobile space during the first quarter of 2015, with iOS devices making up 72% of all activations.
Even though the company’s share of the enterprise market was down by 1% on a quarterly basis, it was still far higher than Android’s 26% activations and Windows Phone’s 1%.
The stats are part of Good Technology’s Mobility Index Report, which doesn’t take into consideration BlackBerry devices since they use BlackBerry’s Enterprise Server for corporate email.
Apple Enterprise Activations
In terms of devices favoured by enterprise customers, the iPhone 6 was the most popular device, accounting for 26% of all activations during Q1 2105. The report points out that since the launch of the iPhone 6, Apple’s enterprise share hasn’t fallen below 70%.
The most successful Android device was the Samsung Galaxy S5, the predecessor to the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. It is widely accepted that both new Samsung devices could upset iPhone sales globally, and the same could be said for the enterprise market.
Another insight showing that the enterprise market is still dominated by Apple and Samsung is that 28 out of the top 30 enterprise devices come from just the two companies. Microsoft is still stuck at 1% activations, but will aim to boost that with upcoming flagship Windows 10 smartphones.

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