Blackberry most disliked, Windows Phone least disliked by CIOs

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Computing.co.uk reports on a small survey of senior IT professionals at medium to large UK-based organisations on which mobile platform they are least likely to support in their business.

The response to their question:

If you had to choose one, which of these ecosystems would you NOT choose for mobile devices for business use?

If appears pretty clear that the vast majority of CIOs really dislike Blackberry, with 53% saying they would never want that phone for their business.

Unusually iOS and Android are close second and thirds, with 16% of companies saying they are not interested in those platforms.

Only 14% of CIOs said they would not choose Windows Phone, making it the least disliked mobile operating system.

The survey is of UK businesses, and we have had reports that Nokia is doing pretty well there pushing Windows Phones.  Hopefully we will see the same success repeated elsewhere.

Read more at Computing.co.uk here.

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