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Galen Gruman

InfoWorld executive editor Galen Gruman analyzes the latest issues in mobile technology.

Send your tips on mobile news, issues, secrets, and so on.

Galen is author of iOS 7: The "Just What You Need" Book, OS X Mavericks: The "Just What You Need" Book, MacBook Pro Portable Genius, and iBooks Author For Dummies, as well as lead author of Exploring Windows 8 For Dummies. Follow Galen's mobile musings on Twitter at MobileGalen and at Google+.

Revlon creates a global IT network using "Mini Me" datacenters

ICE takes a chance and develops its own clearinghouse

MuleSource decides to bypass a 'check box' feature in its next-gen product

Wells Fargo relies on architecture to allow fast response, innovative offerings

Johnson Controls uses metrics to transform its business

CVS creates order, and savings, by integrating a big acquisition

Con-way adopts agile development, aided by SOA

Mixpo faces challenge of a project restart under lower morale

Thomson Reuters reduces storage sprawl to save money, increase quality

Verayo discovers how to fingerprint chips for security usage

Champion Tech delivers SAN-based disaster recovery to dodge hurricanes

Facing customer skepticism, AMD remakes its chip-design engineering process

MySpace figures out how to do massive data analysis on commodity systems

Aon's CTO remakes IT globally, after two predecessors failed

Verizon Business sets up one-stop-shop provisioning systems

Capgemini adopts social networking tools for knowledge management

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Deathmatch: BlackBerry versus iPhone

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