Who Pays For The Smartphones In Your Enterprise?

By  Susan Nunziata — May 03, 2010

It's no surprise that eight out of 10 respondents (83.2%) have approved and support the use of BlackBerry devices in the enterprise.
 
However, the percentage of respondents whose companies have approved and support additional smartphone platforms is notable: 45.4% sanction the iPhone, 38.9% support Windows Phone and 21.6% embrace Android.
 
Employees may be permitted to connect to corporate networks using the platform of their choice, but that doesn't always mean the organization pays for it. Only 39% of respondents use the corporate-owned model for all smartphone users; 13.9% say none of their smartphone users have corporate-owned devices. For most, each of the liability models is in play for some percentage of smartphone users.
 
Click here to read the full article, IT Juggling Act, see the full results of our Individual-Liable vs. Corporate-Liable survey, and hear how organizations including Harrah's Entertainment, Tasty Baking, and Munson Healthcare are handling smartphones in the enterprise.

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