Galen Gruman

Executive Editor

InfoWorld executive editor Galen Gruman analyzes the latest issues in mobile technology, the changing role of IT, and the consumerization of IT phenomenon. Galen is author of "iPad at Work for Dummies," "MacBook Pro Portable Genius," and "iBooks Author for Dummies," as well as lead author of "Exploring Windows 8 For Dummies."

Feds vs. Silicon Valley: Who do you trust less?

5 mobile management questions you should stop asking

5 mobile management questions you should stop asking

Android, the iPhone, and the iPad are well established in business, so it's time to stop thinking about them as new issues

Google IDs are creeping into your identity management

Google IDs are creeping into your identity management

Microsoft and Google are both expanding their policy management tools' reach, and IT may be caught in the middle

Apple Watch on the road: The good, the bad, the odd

Apple Watch on the road: The good, the bad, the odd

What works -- and what doesn't -- on the Apple Watch for road warriors

iOS still rules in security-focused companies

iOS still rules in security-focused companies

The iOS/Android ratio remains stable, though Windows devices are starting to appear in some sectors

The truth about Macs in the enterprise

The truth about Macs in the enterprise

Security, manageability, and lower TCO are why Macs should comprise 10 to 25 percent of your work PCs

How to fix the 'insufficient storage' error in Android and iOS

How to fix the 'insufficient storage' error in Android and iOS

Learn how to fix 'insufficient storage' errors in Android and iOS, and get all the OS and app updates coming to you

Windows 10 won't save the PC

Windows 10 won't save the PC

Fixing Windows 8's most glaring flaws is nice, but the new Windows doesn't address the fundamental PC dilemma

Hands on: The first Apple Watch apps for road warriors

Hands on: The first Apple Watch apps for road warriors

30 first-gen apps show promise, but still make you wonder about smartwatch utility

The hidden potential of Google's Project Fi mobile service

The hidden potential of Google's Project Fi mobile service

Will Google deliver a solid, modern approach to telephony for a mobile, multipoint, commingled world?

The Internet of things doesn't -- and shouldn't -- exist

The Internet of things doesn't -- and shouldn't -- exist

An open, fully connected environment is impossible and dangerous, which is why IoT is really a collection of separate networks

How IT can manage the Apple Watch

How IT can manage the Apple Watch

There's only one explicit Apple Watch MDM policy, but more controls than you might realize

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