Author: David Bull

David Bull Senior Product Marketing Manager David Bull oversees the messaging, positioning, packaging and pricing of McAfee’s Web and Email protection technologies, including both SaaS and on-premises form factors. With over 13 years of experience with both enterprise and SMB focused software, David joined McAfee through the acquisition of Secure Computing in 2008, where he held product management and product marketing positions driving the Unified Threat Management (UTM) product line. Prior to McAfee, David spent seven years in the enterprise content management space at Stellent (acquired by Oracle in 2006), serving in the sales, product marketing, and product management groups. He feels that one of the most rewarding and informative experiences within the security industry are engaging directly with current and potential McAfee customers and partners. David lives in the Denver, CO area and holds a B.S. in engineering from Iowa State University and an MBA from Colorado Christian University.

In Part I of this two-part blog series, we looked at concerns about loss of control and alternatives to all-or-nothing implementations discussed at our recent webinar, “Fireside Chat: Moving to Office 365 with Security in Mind.” In Part II, we address the question: “Can I trust Microsoft with my security?” Once again, security consultant and […]

Migration to cloud-based Microsoft Office 365 is on just about everyone’s mind these days. You’re eager to embrace the many benefits of Office 365, but as you consider this big move, your mind is spinning with questions. In this two-part blog series, we’ll look at some of the key issues discussed at our recent webinar, […]

Email is one of those things that most of us can’t live without—and when it goes down, regardless of whether it’s hosted in-house or in the cloud, it can seriously halt business continuity and productivity and can even affect revenues. A case in point is this summer’s global Microsoft Office 365 outage. Microsoft customers and […]

In the Digital Age, email is second nature. It’s a commonly accepted method of communication, and a convenient one, at that. With convenience, however, comes danger – especially if you’re not even alerted to the bait! This email ‘bait’ I’m referring to comes in the form of phishing scams, which are becoming increasingly abundant as […]

Mark your calendars! On July 14, Microsoft Windows 2003 is going EOL, which means that security updates will no longer be issued. Maybe it’s just the push you’ve been waiting for. For a while now, you’ve probably been thinking about transitioning your email from Microsoft Exchange-on-a-box to the Office 365-in-the-cloud or Exchange Online. You already […]