AnonD-146453, 13 Feb 2014Realistically speaking, whatever most corporations use is best suited to them. iOS is simpl... moreSomething like that. I don't think corporate employees use their phones for extensive emailing (not on a touch screen, for sure), or a lot of internet, instant messages, photography etc. Except on their free time. iOS is relatively reliable, simple, OK battery life, OK call quality, OK support, and gives companies a certain image (whatever I/you/anyone may personally think about it). Just a safe choice. If the employees were actually using their phones for more than calls or messaging, maybe Windows Phone would be better (certain airliners use them) but most phones can do what an average businessman needs.
Android Man, 13 Feb 2014another apple biased report. what a load of crap. android has 81% market. so that blows this s... moreEven our office I can't see someone Android. Mostly is Blackberry, IOS and windows.
TheGuyNextDoor, 13 Feb 2014Realistically speaking Windows Phone should be best suited for corporate usage due to the offi... moreRealistically speaking, whatever most corporations use is best suited to them.
iOS is simple and relatively secure.
Easy to support.
Realistically speaking Windows Phone should be best suited for corporate usage due to the office package. Android is the Linux of phone operating systems, it's versatile and can be dumbed down but can also be modded extensively. iOS has it's appeal due to it's simplicity in design. There are a limited amount of things you could do with iOS and that actually is a selling point, because in this busy day and age, who has time to fiddle around with his phone? That being said, the simplicity of iOS is also actually very limiting in a lot of respect, that is why it is my honest opinion that Windows Phone is better suited for the corporate world.
P.S. - Charts and surveys should never be taken seriously. The people who do them can't simply have the resources to portray an adequate and true to facts statistic, to back up what their claims. It's good that GSM Arena mentioned this but still the way this articles is presented might sway off some more gullible users into buying something they don't need. And in the end it is exactly this controversy that sells phones, and we should avoid. Don't play the games of huge corporations. These days, the difference between a brand and an iOS is so minimal that it's just nitpicking to argue which one is better.
I think you'd find BlackBerry to still be well on top.
It wouldn't surprise me that Android isn't doing well in the corporate world. They simply don't have the tools that BlackBerry, iOS, and WP have.
And well, I don't think they're really targeting it either.
Whilst I am a hardcore Andy user I can under stand why corporate loves ios and not andy.
Andy Pandy has PLAYstore for apps and PLAYbooks etc. Corporate is not about PLAY anything.
NO PLAYtime for Corporate go-getters.
Perception is everything.
everyone just need to focus on one thing here, the term used here is for corporate world so that mean apple just good for that only lol, than whatever and wherever is it or not doesnt matters, and for all other things obviously not as here also mentioned "corporate" lol
I still think Blackberry rules the corporate world, this statistics isn't global just American. Mind you I aint no OS hater though a fan of sailfish OS
I see it, Android is great but for corporate and business Ios has it down. Their Exchange support is great in Ios, and not so great in Android..This just shows where the markets are for these two operating systems. The school system I work for I manage all the phones in the district, the smart phones without keyboards are Iphones. The ones with keyboards are the Droid 4's, but we're switching to the 5c with a qwerty keyboard case for that.
Apple haters be pulling their hair out of anger drooling over hate and making brainless hate comments
another apple biased report. what a load of crap. android has 81% market. so that blows this silly report out the window
Let me fix that for you...*iOS is still the King of the US corporate world.
As this article points out it is rather surprising that BlackBerry was left out of the survey. This would have been unthinkable just four years ago. One thing is worthy of concern from this article: it concerns Microsoft. With their dominant position in the corporate desktop space they very much want to replicate that success in the mobile space through Windows Phone. The fact that they haven't penetrated sufficiently the corporate sector will be of concern. Nevertheless this may well change in one year.
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2014At least one person here have an idea what this is about, even though i suspect you are the IT... moreI don't were a tie and I am sure if you saw a list of my expertise, you would withdraw that comment.
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2014True! The fact it say it all android for kids how sad haha!Yes , android is entertaining, ios is boring.
IPhone is just a overpriced base model phone for calling.