Galen Gruman

Executive Editor for Global Content

Galen Gruman is executive editor for global content at IDG’s enterprise sites, providing overall management of the Africa, ASEAN, Australia, India, Middle East, Netherlands, and New Zealand editions of CIO, Computerworld and CSO Online.

COVID-related U.S. IT job losses tick up as spike in cases creates uncertainty

How to set up a work-from-home ‘office’ for the long term

How to set up a work-from-home ‘office’ for the long term

During the pandemic, and likely well afterward, many people will work outside the office. Here’s what you need to do so your home workspace will support your work — and won’t wreck your body — over the long term.

How Australian, NZ firms have pivoted to address cyber security threats

How Australian, NZ firms have pivoted to address cyber security threats

Firms have made cyber security more strategic, but struggle to identify the key actual threats in a changing landscape

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How to tell if AI or machine learning is real

How to tell if AI or machine learning is real

False and misleading claims abound that applications and cloud services are now smart. Here’s how to identify true artificial intelligence and machine learning

Reality check: The state of AI, bots, and smart assistants

Reality check: The state of AI, bots, and smart assistants

We’ve made a lot of progress in artificial intelligence over the last half century, but we’re nowhere near what the tech enthusiasts would have you believe

The gifts you didn’t get: InfoWorld’s 2016 geek gadget guide

The gifts you didn’t get: InfoWorld’s 2016 geek gadget guide

Go beyond the usual technology offerings for truly special gadgets to spend that holiday cash on

InfoWorld's 2016 geek gadget gift guide

InfoWorld's 2016 geek gadget gift guide

Go beyond the usual technology offerings for truly special gadgets for your favorite geeks this holiday season

Review: Google Pixel hobbled by Android 7.1

Review: Google Pixel hobbled by Android 7.1

The Pixel is a major step up for Google's Android hardware, but Android 7.1's networking woes overly complicate corporate usage

Microsoft Intune to support Android for Work

Microsoft Intune to support Android for Work

Microsoft takes another step to embrace the others' enterprise mobility management protocols

Office, Outlook, Slack, Handoff: The digital workplace reborn

Office, Outlook, Slack, Handoff: The digital workplace reborn

Office and Outlook have been reinvented, collaboration tools like Slack are finally useful, and devices are evolving for new digital workflows

In scathing ruling, judge says Apple can't be forced to unlock iPhones

In scathing ruling, judge says Apple can't be forced to unlock iPhones

The government's legal position would lead to 'absurd' results and be unconstitutional if accepted, a federal judge rules

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