Galen Gruman

Executive Editor

InfoWorld executive editor Galen Gruman analyzes the latest issues in mobile technology, the changing role of IT, and user-facing technology. Galen has written or co-written more than 40 how-to books, on iOS, iPad, Windows, MacOS, and desktop publishing. He is also the editorial CTO for IDG US Media, InfoWorld's parent company, and an adjunct analyst focused on mobility at IDC's IT Executive Program.

Apple's dilemma: How to regain its glory days

What digital transformation really means

What digital transformation really means

The periodically hot term is hot again, but most people don't understand where its real power lies

Invasion of the tabtops: The new hybrid tablets reviewed

Invasion of the tabtops: The new hybrid tablets reviewed

The Surface Pro, iPad Pro, Pixel-C, and Galaxy TabPro S all seek to merge the tablet and the laptop, with mixed success

Real or virtual? The two faces of machine learning

Real or virtual? The two faces of machine learning

The combination of big data, predictive analytics, AI, machine learning, and the Internet of things together powers two very different technology paths

The truth behind AI, machine learning, and bots

The truth behind AI, machine learning, and bots

There's a lot of loose talk about our AI-driven future. But expect to keep using your own brain for a long time to come

The Microsoft admin’s brave, new post-Windows Phone world

The Microsoft admin’s brave, new post-Windows Phone world

Microsoft admins rejoice! Microsoft may have abandoned the mobile device market, but it's actually stronger in the complete mobile market

Why Android hasn't beaten Apple in business

Why Android hasn't beaten Apple in business

Despite significant improvements in recent years, three key realities give iOS the edge in the enterprise

Windows Mobile gets good just as Microsoft stops caring

Windows Mobile gets good just as Microsoft stops caring

Finally, Microsoft's smartphone OS comes together as a viable platform for basic needs

Shocking news: People do lots on their smartphones

Shocking news: People do lots on their smartphones

What is blindingly obvious to many is still something new to many others, reflecting the reality of how change happens

 Open secrets: BlackBerry might share what's on your phone

Open secrets: BlackBerry might share what's on your phone

CEO John Chen defends helping law enforcement as reports emerge that multiple governments can unlock BlackBerry communications

Why Apple's iBeacons technology has gone nowhere

Why Apple's iBeacons technology has gone nowhere

The iPhone user base is huge, but Apple's commitment to privacy and the difficulty in managing beacons conspire against success

Fight, Microsoft, fight: Save our civil liberties

Fight, Microsoft, fight: Save our civil liberties

It's an all-out war with the feds over safeguarding our personal freedoms, a cause that Microsoft has actively joined Apple on

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