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."

Office 2016 for the Mac: We deserve better

Office Mobile won't work on your tablet PC without this trick

Office Mobile won't work on your tablet PC without this trick

If you try to use a corporate or education Office 365 subscription on a personal tablet, Microsoft will lead you astray

Win this book: ‘iPad at Work for Dummies'

Win this book: ‘iPad at Work for Dummies'

InfoWorld is giving away five print copies of 'iPad at Work for Dummies,' a how-to book for business iPad users -- enter today!

The messy truth about BYOD

The messy truth about BYOD

It's jeopardizing your business! It's already a passing fad! It's the standard in business today! Why the claims don't add up

6 flagship smartphones you can safely ignore

6 flagship smartphones you can safely ignore

Though they get a lot of coverage in the press, these smartphones should not be on your list when it's time to buy

How IT can spy on your smartphone

How IT can spy on your smartphone

iOS and Android shield most data you care about from IT -- but users seem to care less about privacy these days

The only 5 smartphones that matter

The only 5 smartphones that matter

Professional users have five main choices for a smartphone -- you can ignore the rest when you buy

iPad or laptop? iOS 9 solves the dilemma

iPad or laptop? iOS 9 solves the dilemma

New features -- some that riff off Windows tablet PCs -- give the iPad a more laptoplike feel

It's last call for Windows Phone

It's last call for Windows Phone

Major cuts in its mobile hardware business and a lackluster Windows 10 mobile beta make you wonder if Microsoft cares any more

Good news! 3 mobile breakthroughs you may have missed

Good news! 3 mobile breakthroughs you may have missed

MobileIron, Samsung, and Apple have moved the needle for smartphones and tablets in ways that really count for business

Apple fail: Lessons from the Music mess

Apple fail: Lessons from the Music mess

Confusing your self-interest with your customer’s interest is not how you deliver greatness

Tap your iPad to order: Restaurant automation nobody needs

Tap your iPad to order: Restaurant automation nobody needs

Self-checkout comes to the food court, with the same mixed experience as at any self-checkout terminal

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