Galen Gruman

Executive Editor

Galen Gruman is executive editor of InfoWorld; editorial CTO for IDG US Media, InfoWorld's parent company; an adjunct analyst focused on enterprise mobility at IDC's IT Executive Program; and author of more than 40 how-to computing books.

How to tell if AI or machine learning is real

Reality check: The state of AI, bots, and smart assistants

Reality check: The state of AI, bots, and smart assistants

We’ve made a lot of progress in artificial intelligence over the last half century, but we’re nowhere near what the tech enthusiasts would have you believe

How Apple can make the iPad great again

How Apple can make the iPad great again

Two straightforward enhancements would make the iPad more useful for more people, while retaining what has always made an iPad great

Windows 10 S: Too smart for schools alone

Windows 10 S: Too smart for schools alone

Windows 10 S can and should be the break from legacy Windows PCs that enterprise IT has long needed

Why Microsoft keeps Windows 10 Mobile alive

Why Microsoft keeps Windows 10 Mobile alive

Only 13 smartphone models can run the Creators Edition update, but there's more to mobile than smartphones

Be more like Android: How Apple can fix iOS, CarPlay alerts

Be more like Android: How Apple can fix iOS, CarPlay alerts

Android provides a model for Apple to use in iOS, and Apple has an option for CarPlay that should get wider use and be copied by Google

What you should really expect from Samsung’s facial recognition

What you should really expect from Samsung’s facial recognition

Biometrics is neither a silver bullet nor a foolish approach. The trick is to understand what you’re securing, and not pretend you’re getting more than you are

What IoT can learn from mobile management

What IoT can learn from mobile management

The internet of things is a much more complex, proprietary world than mobile devices ever were, but an API- and policy-driven approach can still help

First look: Android O developer preview

First look: Android O developer preview

With a scattershot set of improvements, the new Android version is a fairly minor affair, but there’s nothing that does harm

Microsoft, stop sabotaging Windows 10

Microsoft, stop sabotaging Windows 10

Abusing users via in-OS ads, secretive monitoring, and iffy upgrades is a bad strategy, especially given the doubts fostered by Windows 8 and Vista

Smackdown: Office 365 vs. G Suite collaboration

Smackdown: Office 365 vs. G Suite collaboration

Google’s G Suite has long mastered document collaboration. But now Microsoft Office has come on strong. Is it enough?

Microsoft apes Apple’s failed app strategy in Windows 10

Microsoft apes Apple’s failed app strategy in Windows 10

Apple's Mac App Store is clearly Microsoft's model to force Universal Windows Platform adoption, but Apple didn't exactly succeed in its own attempt

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