Good Technology has released their latest report on mobile devices, indicating that iPads, iPhones, and Android handsets in the workplace have increased tremendously from December 2010 to March 2011.
The full report (available here) shows the explosion of iPads, iPhones and Android handsets in the workplace.
Both iOS and Android are being deployed in the workplace by the polled companies in large quantities. Note that the survey excludes BlackBerry which is still the leading business platform. iOS devices represented nearly two thirds of net new activations, or just under 70 percent, throughout the first quarter of 2011. iPhone 4 had the highest rate of activation (16.9 percent) for any new device since Q3 2010. Share of iPad and iPad 2 activations dipped to 20.4 percent over the quarter from 22 percent, which can be attributed to the ongoing iPad 2 supply problems which led to the lower-than-expected sales of 4.69 million iPads in Q1.
You can read the full report over at Good Technology