Top 10 most read: Shell goes to BYOD, Galaxy S3 and S4 go head to head, HP staff to strike

Dan Worth
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Top stories from the past seven days on V3

The pressures facing businesses of all shapes and sizes to manage the bring your own device (BYOD) trend means any firm undertaking ambitious plans in this space are always going to generate headli...

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