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1 - AppleApple

Whether it’s the iPhone or the iPad, the enterprise loves Apple, so it’s time for the channel to follow suit.

2 - GoogleGoogle

Android might not be perfect, but it’s gaining ground in the enterprise, making channel support essential.

3 - MotorolaMotorola

Motorola was once on its last legs, but with Google’s help, the company’s back—and back on the enterprise’s radar.

4 - NokiaNokia

The company is the world’s top Windows Phone device maker, so the channel should give them another look.

5 - SamsungSamsung

Samsung is the world’s largest Android vendor and has scored serious market share in the enterprise. Expect it to be a force going forward.

6 - LGLG

The LG G2 might not be perfect, but it’s about as close as an Android handset will get. Keep an eye on LG in 2014.

7 - MicrosoftMicrosoft

Microsoft is trying desperately to establish itself in mobile, and chances are, it’s going to need your help make that happen.


HTC has had trouble over the last couple of years, but the company still has a strong presence internationally. Don’t lose sight of that.

9 - HuaweiHuawei

Huawei might not be a favorite of U.S. lawmakers, but in China and a number of other countries, it’s a force to be reckoned with. So keep an eye on the company.

10 - AmazonAmazon

Amazon has yet to get into the phone business, but that’s almost certainly coming—especially considering the company’s recent enterprise push.