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 headlines.
As such, V3’s exclusive report on Shell's plans to allow its 135,000-strong workforce to go down the BYOD report was widely read and picked up elsewhere, making it the most popular story of the week.
Elsewhere, with the launch of the Galaxy S4 taking place last Saturday, users of the older S3 device were obviously keen to see if the new device is worth the upgrade as our head to head review between the two device was watched many times.
Other headline grabbing news saw more drama at HP when staff at locations across the UK agreed to strike in a dispute over pay rises and job cuts.
Shell plans to move 135,000 staff to BYOD
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HP staff to strike in pay and job cuts dispute
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