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Android, iOS More Popular In the Enterprise Than BlackBerry

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 09-26-2011 Print
The use of smartphones running Google Android and Apple iOS platforms is on the rise in the enterprise, according to findings from The State of Workforce Technology Adoption: US Benchmark 2011 from Forrester Research. The study, which is based on Forrester's Q2 2011 US Workforce Technology and Online Engagement survey of 4,985 U.S. information workers, also reveals that half of those surveyed now split their work time between the office, home and other remote locations. The study was released Sept. 22, 2011, during Forrester's Content & Collaboration Forum in Boston. "Looking out five years, Forrester sees three technology ‘trains' impacting the future of workforce productivity, innovation, and advocacy," said Matt Brown, vice president and practice leader at Forrester Research, during his opening remarks at the Forum. "All three of these trains have left the station: enterprise mobility, enterprise social, and cloud services for business." Read on for 12 highlights from the report.


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