What is the most common smartphone among business travellers?

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spinoza

Member since 01 Feb 2012

Total posts 218

actually had problems logging in.. not sure about the reason. using chrome, everytime i clicked login it didn't respond, then magically yesterday it worked!

here2go

Qantas

Member since 10 Sep 2011

Total posts 45

The Apple / Android fanboy debates start over hardware.  Leave it at whirlpool, please!

It's not the hardware, it's what you do with it that matters.  I'm still amazed at what my N8 can achieve with a piddly 680MHz of grunt running Symbian.  Despite that, I would never consider it a business phone.

Let's get back to questions like

  1. What is your business?
  2. What do you use your device for?
  3. Where are you travelling to?
  4. What value do you place on data integrity and protection of intellectual property?
  5. Are foreign governments such as the PRC interested in what your business does when you travel?

Shiny and powerful are cool - but the business process should pick the phone (s).  Information is everything - today's latest toys will be forgotten tomorrow.

CL9

Member since 22 Mar 2012

Total posts 85

Umm what? The question was what is most popular in biz travelers. Also, I was discussing this with another fellow ausbt member, I ask not to be told to go elsewhere during the middle of a discussion.

CL9

Member since 22 Mar 2012

Total posts 85

Symbian- HAHAHAHAHA!

Merc25

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 29 Jun 2013

Total posts 317

Our company supply's iPhones and iPads and most off our associate company's the same .so I would say iPhone in Australia would have the biggest business market share 

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