日前，移动信息服务公司Good Technology公布的一项报告表明，苹果iPhone操作系统企业用户的移动设备激活率远超微软Windows Mobile、谷歌Android和诺基亚Symbian。但该报告并不含RIM的黑莓操作系统的手机激活率，因为RIM手机仅限由黑莓企业服务器支持的企业电邮。
调查结果显示，iPhone 4的企业用户激活率超过30%，iPad激活率在10%以上，iPhone 3G及3GS的激活率达20%；非苹果产品中表现最出色的是运行Android的Droid X手机，其激活率在所有企业用户中略超10%。
70%的iPad企业用户尚未激活其他企业移动设备，另外30%的用户则表示已激活iPhone 4或iPhone 3GS这两款苹果产品。
Is Apple’s iPhone OS dominating mobile enterprise use?
Activations of devices using Apple’s iPhone operating system for business far outnumbered those of Windows Mobile, Google’s Android operating system and Nokia’s Symbian, according to a report by Good Technology. The report did not include activations of Research in Motion’s BlackBerry operating system since RIM devices use only the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for corporate email access.
Not including activations of RIM’s BlackBerry line, the iPhone 4 accounted for more than 30 percent of mobile device activations for enterprise purposes, and more than 10 percent of activations were iPads. The next best non-Apple device was the Droid X running Android, which accounted for slightly more than 10 percent of all enterprise activations. iPhone 3G and 3GS activations also accounted for about 20 percent of all mobile enterprise activations.
70 percent of enterprise iPad users did not activate any other mobile enterprise devices, while the other 30 percent typically activated another Apple product like the iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS,according to the report.
But since July, there hasn’t been much growth in enterprise activations for Apple iOS devices. The operating system has consistently accounted for 56 percent of all enterprise activations each month since July, after rising from 44 percent of all activations in June. Android has fallen from accounting for 36 percent of all activations in June to about 28 percent in September.
Windows Mobile activations have more or less stagnated outside of government activations, the report stated. Monthly activations of Windows Mobile devices edged up only slightly between July and September. Monthly activations for devices running Nokia’s Symbian operating system rose slightly between July and September, as well.（source:venturebeat）