Chris Russell

Chris Russell

Chris Russell

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Chris Russell is the Sales Manager for the SMB market at Symantec.cloud in the Pacific region. Based in Sydney, Russell is responsible for driving business development opportunities with new and existing customers in the SMB space with a view to boosting market share and revenue growth for the Symantec.cloud business. Russell is also responsible for managing internal communications and market strategies, including Symantec.cloud’s social media communications and LinkedIn group, Email Archiving Strategies for IT Managers.

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5 ways to control operating costs

Feeling the pinch? We’re all looking for ways to trim budgets and our operating expenses. One pain point that consumers, enterprises and small businesses alike share is energy consumption. If you’re an SMB, your IT systems can have a significant impact on your energy consumption. Here’s how to better manage this.

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Hack attack: Olympics used to spam and phish

The Olympics is one of those rare occasions where the entire world comes together, setting aside various differences for the competition. Unfortunately, it’s this goodwill that attackers prey upon and although the Games are over, the spam, malware and phishing scams continue. This is what you should be on the look out for.

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How to prepare your business for a disaster

You may have made your business ultra-mobile with a fleet of laptops or tablets, to make sure you and your team can be responsive and productive almost anywhere. But have you prepared for how a disaster-caused outage would impact your business? If not, read on.

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Seven ways to protect business information on a Mac

You can’t afford to let complacency be the hallmark of your security strategy, and you can’t think you’re invisible to the bad guys. For SMBs that use Macs to fuel their businesses, taking the appropriate steps to protect their information is now a necessity.

Flexible working and its impacts on business security

The rollout of the National Broadband Network is set to boost the teleworking rate from six percent to 12 percent over the next nine years, but without thorough security considerations mobile employees can open businesses up to cybercriminals.

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