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Old 11-18-2013, 07:55 AM
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As a consumer product, the iPhone "sleekness" may be aesthetically appealing, but from an enterprise perspective it comes down to reducing operating costs and SG&A and maximizing cashflow.

An iPhone costs $300 more than an Android phone, but offers the same "smartness" of today's smartphones.

Should a company pay $300 more per device for their employees and not get any additional value-added benefit?

An enterprise CIO/COO will vote with their company chequebooks, methinks.
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