Report Suggests iPad Reigns Supreme In Enterprise Tablet Space

/ 6 years ago


A new report from enterprise software vendor Good Technology suggests that Apple’s iPad is the dominant tablet in the enterprise space. Apple’s iPad holds a staggering 91.4% of all enterprise tablet activations in Q4 of 2013 according to Good Technology’s results.

The financial services industry are the biggest buyer of enterprise tablets accounting for 46.8% of activations while manufacturing and the public sector accounted for 9.4 and 9% respectively.

An additional survey carried out by Chitika suggests that when it comes to BYOD (bring your own device) workplaces Microsoft’s Surface tablets and Windows tablets in general become more popular. The results from Chitika suggest that for the average day iOS has four times as much web traffic as Android tablet users with Windows tablets well behind that. However, during work hours Windows tablets actually generate a higher share of web traffic than users of Android and iOS.

Do you use a tablet at work? If so is it Windows based, Android based, iOS based or running something else (BlackBerry OS, Tizen, Ubuntu, etc)?

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