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 is author of "iPad at Work for Dummies" and has written or co-written more than 40 how-to books, on iOS, iPad, Windows 8, OS X, and desktop publishing. He is also the editorial CTO for IDG US Media, InfoWorld's parent company.

5G follies: The network that doesn't exist

What works where: Outlook vs. Outlook vs. native apps

What works where: Outlook vs. Outlook vs. native apps

Office 2016 starts to unify the Exchange experience on the desktop, but native apps do better on mobile clients

It's time to pull the plug on Windows 7

It's time to pull the plug on Windows 7

As is the case for Outlook, OneDrive, and Internet Explorer, Microsoft's pile of Windows legacy is collapsing, and the only hope is to make a clean break

Slack + Skype: The fine line between convenience and coercion

Slack + Skype: The fine line between convenience and coercion

Bring-your-own technology doesn't work so well in collaboration or when forced on users

The CIO's days may be numbered

The CIO's days may be numbered

Technology is no longer a weird 'other' thing, and it should be fully integrated into your business management

How Linux won without winning

How Linux won without winning

You rarely see Linux when you boot your computer or turn on your smartphone, but the truth is Linux is everywhere

Android simply doesn't make sense on the desktop

Android simply doesn't make sense on the desktop

Android as the new Windows competitor is appealing -- if you don't think it through

Android is ousting Windows from its last mobile bastion

Android is ousting Windows from its last mobile bastion

Microsoft's coming end of support for Windows Embedded is forcing the industry to look elsewhere

2015: The year mobile become boring

2015: The year mobile become boring

Smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches aren't quite as listless as PCs -- but they're getting there

The geek gifts you didn't (but still can) get this holiday

The geek gifts you didn't (but still can) get this holiday

Thankful as you are for your presents, the techie in you knows more is out there. These 10 items may scratch that geek itch

iPad, Android, and Surface: The fight for the soul of the tablet

iPad, Android, and Surface: The fight for the soul of the tablet

The iPad's unique value proposition may be ending, and a new generation of laptops could displace it

OneDrive for Office 365: New but far from improved

OneDrive for Office 365: New but far from improved

First look: The Mac version has gone from nonfunctional to barely functional, joining the Windows version

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