iOS grabs 67 percent of the global enterprise market

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Apple may have just forged a partnership with its old nemesis to penetrate deeper into enterprise, but according to one report, iOS is still king among U.S. corporations and accounts for over two thirds of total activations, while Microsoft’s productivity beast barely even register.

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iOS accounted for 67% of total activations in the enterprise space in Q2 2014, according a Good Technology’s latest Mobility Index Report. The number marks a drop of 5 percentage points since the last semi-annual report, and Android has been the mobile platform capitalizing the most off iOS’ dip in popularity.

Android activations increased to 32% last quarter, while Microsoft continued to flounder with the negligible 1% its enjoyed for the last five quarters. Breaking the numbers down to tablets and smartphones, Android tablets only make up 3% of the enterprise, while iOS tablets are at 16%, aided by a five percent boost from the Government and public sector.

BlackBerry activations weren’t represented in the report since BlackBerry uses its own enterprise server for corporate email access, but with companies like Ford fleeing BlackBerry en masse, the company

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