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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.

Survey: Corporate iPad adoption jumps thanks to businesses

Data from Good Technology shows 28 percent of non-BlackBerry enterprise activations in December were of iPads; the rest were for iPhones and Android devices.

The best mobile devices for business and personal use

Your mobile device must function at work, at home, and on the go. InfoWorld takes a look at what's out there and picks the best touchscreen and keyboard smartphones, as well as the best tablet.

Android, iPhone users outpace BlackBerry, Symbian users in data usage

iPad users don't use more data than smartphone users, whereas Blackberry and Nokia Symbian users focus on voice communications.

The iPad office suite

If you or your employees use iPads for work, here are the productivity apps that you should install on them

iPad's business use soars as HP backpedals on Slate's fit

Financial services, health care among the top adopters as employees eye iPads as laptop replacements.

Pre-ordering the iPad is a fool's game

InfoWorld's Galen Gruman wonders why anyone would spend $500 or more on a product that hasn't even shipped yet.

2010: The year of the Mac?

Apple was a bright spot in 2009 in terms of PC sales, but Infoworld's Galen Gruman says the signals are mixed as to whether the Mac can grow beyond its niche.

Opinion: Apple betrays the iPhone's business hopes

Apple's fix of a security hole reveals a long-simmering flaw and makes many iPhones suddenly incompatible with Exchange

Deathmatch rematch: BlackBerry versus iPhone 3.0

With the iPhone OS 3.0 update now available, InfoWorld's Galen Gruman revisits his BlackBerry Bold-iPhone 3G showdown to find out what, if anything, has changed.

Where the iPhone is driving Mac OS X

Many technologies that start out in the iPhone OS are finding their way into Apple's desktop operating system, InfoWorld's Galen Gruman writes.

How much work can you do on an iPhone?

It's hard not to look at an iPhone and wonder whether you could chuck your laptop and use it to do all your work instead. In that spirit, InfoWorld’s Galen Gruman finds out how far you can you go relying exclusively on an iPhone for work.

Deathmatch: BlackBerry versus iPhone

InfoWorld's Galen Gruman stacks up an iPhone against a BlackBerry 9000 Bold to see how well each would fare in his daily grind. His conclusion? It's time to bury the BlackBerry.

Profile: Version Cue CS4

The changes in Version Cue CS4 make it less obtrusive when you're working in various CS4 apps and provide a more intuitive way of accessing shared files (as virtual network drives). Adobe wisely left the version management features alone.

A Mac user's take on the Windows 7 user interface

InfoWorld's Galen Gruman compares the user interfaces of Mac OS X and Windows 7.

OS shoot-out: Windows vs. Mac OS X vs. Linux

The Mac's been on a roll, both due to its highly regarded Mac OS X Leopard operating system and to an unhappy reception for...