Bring your own device (BYOD) is all the rage these days, but there are plenty of companies spurning the trend. One of them is Nokia, which understandably doesn't allow its staff to bring mobile devices into the workplace. Instead, the mobile phone vendor issues employees with devices from its Nokia Lumia range, which runs on the Windows Phone platform.
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