“Samsung continues to make strides in the enterprise and remains confident in their strategy to support enterprise mobility efforts,” comments
Samsung’s move towards the enterprise began in 2009 and has slowly built up momentum since. Key initiatives along the way have led to twenty-three smartphones and tablets being released and deemed enterprise ready as a result of a diversified partner network that focuses specifically on enterprise needs.
McNicol continues, “This past year, however, showed Samsung is not invincible as evidenced by launch delays and security issues in KNOX, its flagship enterprise mobility platform. Samsung has the capabilities and resources to overcome these hurdles, but is the market willing to wait? Fortunately for Samsung, the enterprise mobility market has lots of room to grow.”
These findings are part of ABI Research’s Enterprise Mobile Devices (https://www.abiresearch.com/research/service/enterprise-mobile-devices/) and Cybersecurity (https://www.abiresearch.com/research/service/cyber-security/) Research Services.
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