Enterprise Smartphone Competition Heats Up
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The smartphone market is changing at an incredible rate. Learn which phones are best for the enterprise, and what the future holds as Apple, Android and others set their sights on the lucrative business market.
Determining the best smartphone for the enterprise has prompted little debate, until recently. For years, BlackBerry has owned the North American enterprise smartphone/mobile messaging market. While BlackBerry still has a firm grip on the market, that grip is loosening. Apple with its iPhone is turning its attention to the enterprise, while the Android smartphone looms on the horizon.
Other smartphone options - Symbian (a leading platform overseas, an afterthought in North America) and Palm (where do I even begin with its problems?) - have done little to woo enterprise users. Still other platforms, such as LiMo (Linux Mobile), Nokia-driven Maemo and Samsung-sponsored bada have their proponents, but few are in the North American (N. A.) enterprise market.
Read "Best Smartphone for the Enterprise: Evaluating the Contenders" at Datamation