Apple CEO Tim Cook said this week he wants to get more iPads into big business. The latest figures from enterprise gadget management software company Good suggests it's already happening. Good's RIM-rivalling software comprises a client component that is activated from a company's servers. Good said the iPhone 4S accounted for …
Elephant in the room?
"As Good competes with RIM, there's no BlackBerry support"
So if RIM was the previously (almost) unchallenged incumbent, having glossy charts showing everyone else but RIM is hardly giving a balanced view of the state of enterprise gadget management.
Like a chart of PC operating systems missing Microsoft products.
Re: Elephant in the room?
Still, with RIM's slow but steady slide into insignificance, it says something about iOS vs Android in business, which is what it is coming down to anyway.
And since apparently the original is on top so far, we can now look forward to Android fans calling an entire other category of people sheep.
Is there a bot at The Reg that re-runs this story every 3 months?
Re: Deja Vu
Every three months - quarterly results? Some coincidence I'll grant you
But, but, but...
...everybody says Android tablets are going to take off real soon now.
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