A new report by ChangeWave Research shows that Apple’s iPhone share in the corporate smartphone market is increasing. Apple’s iPhone’s share moved up to 27% in February 2010, as compared to 22% in November 2009. Google’s Android holds only 7% of the market share.
Most corporate companies prefer Apple products like the iPhone and the iPad as they provide corporate apps that are cloud-based. Apple has also improved its security features, making it secure to access personal email accounts. RIM is still holds the majority of the market at 69%. However, Apple’s growth points its penetration of the enterprise.
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