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."

BlackBerry buys Good, exposing MDM weakness

Care not coddle: Apple finds a balance with business

Care not coddle: Apple finds a balance with business

Music, television, fitness, and fashion have grabbed Apple's attention, but it hasn't forgotten about business needs

The mobile app revolution has barely begun

The mobile app revolution has barely begun

Smartphone and tablet innovation may have plateaued, but the game-changing potential of mobile apps has yet to be realized

Apple/Cisco deal long on promises, short on details

Apple/Cisco deal long on promises, short on details

The partnership could tie iPhones more tightly to workplace networks, but there's no timeline yet

Apple's iOS 9 takes ad blockers to dangerous new heights

Apple's iOS 9 takes ad blockers to dangerous new heights

The ad-blocking wars were already damaging, but Apple is pushing it to an alarming level

Samsung's choice: Blingy Galaxy S6 Edge+ or fatally flawed Note 5

Samsung's choice: Blingy Galaxy S6 Edge+ or fatally flawed Note 5

The phablet follow-ups to the high-quality Galaxy S6 lineup fall short where they shouldn't

The smart user's guide to getting better tech support

The smart user's guide to getting better tech support

As a user, you can do four things to get issues resolved faster and more completely

The ‘iPad Pro’ won’t fix Apple’s iPad problem

The ‘iPad Pro’ won’t fix Apple’s iPad problem

The purported 'iPad Pro' won't change the realities of a saturated market

Split your smartphone bill -- but beware the risks

Split your smartphone bill -- but beware the risks

Hidden costs and technology limitations can vaporize your savings -- and breed unhappiness

Mac and iOS users: How to leave Outlook behind forever

Mac and iOS users: How to leave Outlook behind forever

Apple offers better mobile clients than Microsoft does, as well as a superior desktop experience

Office Mobile: Better on iPads than on Windows 10 tablets

Office Mobile: Better on iPads than on Windows 10 tablets

Touch-savvy Office Mobile is undercut by Windows 10, so the best tablet for Office is still an iPad

Office 2016 for the Mac: We deserve better

Office 2016 for the Mac: We deserve better

Poor UI choices and troubling cloud behavior are sure to frustrate daily users

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