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."

Hands on: The first Apple Watch apps for road warriors

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

3 Android Wear mistakes that Apple Watch must avoid

3 Android Wear mistakes that Apple Watch must avoid

Google's smartwatch tech is awkward, frustrating, and not very useful -- and offers mistakes that Apple should avoid

3 UX ideas for the new generation of mobile apps

3 UX ideas for the new generation of mobile apps

Financial services tech firm FIS is trying out three approaches to smarter mobile apps that any developer should consider

In praise of the iPad, 5 years on

In praise of the iPad, 5 years on

With its touch tablet, Apple truly changed the world of tech -- once again

Office 365's hidden agenda: Dump your MDM provider for Microsoft

Office 365's hidden agenda: Dump your MDM provider for Microsoft

Microsoft has designed Office 365 so that it can be managed by Microsoft's Intune mobile manager only

4 barriers blocking enterprise adoption of Android

4 barriers blocking enterprise adoption of Android

The fact remains: iPhones and iPads are a better fit for business use than even the best Android devices

Review: Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge lead the Android pack

Review: Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge lead the Android pack

The new flagship Samsung Android smartphones are surprisingly elegant and thoughtfully designed, with better security capabilities

'Becoming Steve Jobs' is not the bio Jobs wanted

'Becoming Steve Jobs' is not the bio Jobs wanted

The apologia for the Apple co-founder is heartfelt, but also a distortion of his reality

The real problem with unified communications

The real problem with unified communications

People don't need fat, complex clients to do all their communications; they need a way to make their communications portable across devices and locations

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