Can the Pentagon Save Android in the Enterprise?
Mar 4th 2013 5:45PM
Updated Mar 4th 2013 5:48PM
In this video, Motley Fool contributor Steve Heller explores what it will take for Google Android -- and Samsung -- to make significant inroads in the enterprise space, an area where neither is king. In the consumer space, Samsung controls about 42% of the smartphone market, but in the enterprise space it only controls about 16%. Steve discusses the reasons why that is and what company is most at risk of an all-out Samsung enterprise blitz.
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