Not sure what gave people the idea that ios devices are biz appropriate
We have a bunch of them.
The added cost of managing them, and their poor integration with any business network, make them a poor value proposition.
They are useful for our sales people to show pretty pictures of our products.
Problems arise when they try to work on them - that usually ends in tears of frustration.
As the defacto security guy, I simply do not trust the whole Apple ecosphere.
I will readily admit that few serious breaches are known to have occurred, and the os has a solid foundation deep down under the fake tinsel.
But there isn't much in the way of antimalware, neither mature products, nor any with an effective track record or software engineers experienced in *nix/os x architecture.
In this regard, WinTel devices are a much better gamble, if you assume that sooner or later, you'll be hit.
I *know* that eyes are on MS products, and that there are people who have built reputations and careers on malware detection and cleanup.
So when - not if - we get hit hard, I can write a check that summons the cavalry.
When - not if - IOS/OS X devices get majorly owned, there isn't any cavalry available, no matter how many zeros are on that check.