Apple has been saying for well over a year now that the iPad is making headway in the enterprise. In fact, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the slate is being adopted by the vast majority of Fortune 500 companies. Smaller enterprises are also warming to the device, indicating that a product initially designed for consumers can be a success in the corporate world.
That was made even clearer in a recent study from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. The analyst's findings, which were first reported by AppleInsider and include responses from dozens of CIOs, prove loud and clear that the iPad is appealing more than ever to enterprise users. Better yet for Apple, it's doing so in a convincing manner.
No Plans 42% of companies have no plans to deploy the iPad across their offices this year, hurting Apple's hope of becoming a dominant tablet force in the enterprise.
This article was originally published on 01-21-2013