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iPad in the enterprise keeps on rolling - latest stats point to 91.4% adoption

by David Needle

February 12 2014

The iPad dominated the Good Technology Q4 analysis of tablet activations in the enterprise.
The iPad dominated the Good Technology Q4 analysis of tablet activations in the enterprise.

The latest stats on enterprise tablet adoption give the iPad a staggering lead over Android. Windows tablets were not covered. 

In its just-releasd quarterly mobility report, Good Technology shows the iPad with 91.4% of tablet activations in the enterprise . 

The results actually reflect a slight increase for the iPad from last quarter, confirming its popularity in large companies. 

Financial services was by far the leading industry sector for iPad activations, accounting for 46% of tablet activations in the quarter. 

The only other sectors to reach double figures in tablet activations were Business & Professional Services (19.6%) and Manufacturing (11.6%). 

The top 3 tablet apps

Another interesting tablet stat is on the app side. Good says the top three tablet apps activated last quarter were for document editing, custom apps and file access which together accounted for 86% of all tablet app activations in the quarter. 

When you add smartphones to the mix, iOS activations made up 73% of total device activations in the fourth quarter of 2013, up from 73% in Q3 and 69% in Q2 of last year.

Good's says its report is based on over 5,000 customers from a diverse set of industries including Financial Services, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Energy & Utilities, Legal, Government, and High Tech. The metrics are based on Good’s internal data, aggregated from all devices activated across the company's worldwide customer base.

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David Needle is Editor of TabTimes and based in Silicon Valley
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