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.


Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone

Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone

Google's Android for Work promises serious security, but how does it stack up against Apple's iOS and the rest?

Samsung Pay faces uphill climb against Apple Pay, Google Wallet

Samsung Pay faces uphill climb against Apple Pay, Google Wallet

Samsung Pay's key potential advantage won't exist for much longer, as the United States moves to a new payment terminal standard

Galaxy S6 first look: Inspired by the iPhone 6, but no mere clone

Galaxy S6 first look: Inspired by the iPhone 6, but no mere clone

The new flagship Samsung Android smartphones are surprisingly elegant and thoughtfully designed

Want those IBM iOS apps? You'll need to spend big bucks

Want those IBM iOS apps? You'll need to spend big bucks

The Apple-IBM partnership is creating very nice iOS enterprise apps, but it leaves many businesses out in the cold

Android for Work brings container security to Google Play apps

Android for Work brings container security to Google Play apps

IT can secure any Play Store apps for Lollipop users, but earlier Android versions require special app versions

Microsoft muddles cloud storage in Office 365 for iOS

Microsoft muddles cloud storage in Office 365 for iOS

Microsoft's confusing mix of file-access methods will confound users and make document management iffy

Smartphone wars: Who's winning where

Smartphone wars: Who's winning where

Android dominates the globe and BlackBerry loses everywhere, as iPhone and Windows Phone battle for second place

Get it right later? Microsoft Outlook needs to work now

Get it right later? Microsoft Outlook needs to work now

Public beta testing is fine, if users know it's happening, but it's no excuse for bad apps

The dangerous delusions of the BlackBerry fan

The dangerous delusions of the BlackBerry fan

These five excuses for BlackBerry's failure only make it harder for the struggling platform to reverse its bad course

Real data security for all is now getting its start on mobile

Real data security for all is now getting its start on mobile

Two approaches to data security are being pioneered on mobile, but over time will protect you anywhere

BlackBerry: All cracked up, with nowhere to go

BlackBerry: All cracked up, with nowhere to go

The BlackBerry Classic remains unavailable despite months of promotion, and other signs of BlackBerry's troubles persist

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