Among enterprise organizations that allow employees to choose their equipment of choice, Apple is becoming an increasingly popular choice, according to new survey information shared this morning by Apple IT management platform Jamf.
52 percent of enterprise organizations let employees choose their computers, while 49 percent let employees choose their mobile devices.
Of those organizations, 72 percent of employees included in Jamf’s survey chose Mac, while 28 percent chose PC. As for mobile devices, 75 percent of respondents chose an iPhone or an iPad, while just 25 percent opted for an Android device.
According to employees, the ability to choose their operating systems and devices of choice makes them more productive. 68 percent said choice improves productivity, and 77 percent said they’re more likely to stay with a company that offers device choice.
“When it comes to attracting and retaining top talent in the enterprise, the job landscape is more competitive than ever,” said Dean Hager, CEO, Jamf. “And, with the highest global talent shortage in 10 years, it’s no wonder that a major priority for enterprise organizations is to create the ultimate employee experience. When employers combine the freedom of technology choice with Apple, the results are stronger employee retention, productivity and job satisfaction.”
Jamf’s survey was conducted in March of 2018 and includes responses from 580 executives, managers, and IT professionals from organizations around the world.
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Source From: macrumors.com.
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