IOS Drops In Enterprise Market Share In Q2

Posted: Aug 11 2015, 8:40am CDT | by , in Apple


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iOS drops in Enterprise Market Share in Q2
Mobility Index Report Q2 by Good Technology

Apple's iOS lost market share in the enterprise again in Q2 according to a new analytics report.

Apple is the one to hunt in the enterprise for Microsoft with Windows 10 for Mobile Phones. iOS retained the top spot for device activation as it has in every Mobility Index Report from Good Technology.

Apple's overall market share dropped for the second straight quarter, falling from 70% to 64%. It is the lowest share to date. Both Android and Windows surged with Android growing from 26% to 32% and Windows at 3%. Windows Phone remained unchanged at 1%.

Microsoft is finally in the position to attack Apple in the enterprise mobile space with Windows 10 for mobile phones. At the earliest the Q4 2015 report will reveal if Microsoft has success with its new unified operating system and the new flagship smartphones it is going to introduce this fall.

Apple will have new momentum as well with the release of iOS 9 and the iPhone 6S.

The tablet enterprise distribution changed compared to last year dramatically according to Good. The iPad fell from 81% dominance to 64%. Android grew from 15% to 25%. Windows increased from 3% to 11%.

The full Mobility Index Report is available here.

Good has been providing the Mobility Index since 2010. Good uses data from its solutions installed in more than 50% of the FORTUNE 100, including 100% of the FORTUNE 100 commercial banks, aerospace and defense firms, as well as customers across a wide range of industries.

Due to the fact that RIM devices use only the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for corporate email access, Good does not have insight into BlackBerry handset activation trends; and they are not reflected in this report.

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