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Ransomware Rise Pushes Organizations to Prepare for Attack

  • 23 October 2021
  • Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer
  • Dark Reading

Ransomware attacks continue to grow in number and severity, data shows, but organizations are stepping up to prepare for the threat. Read More

Ransomware attacks continue to grow in number and severity, data shows, but organizations are stepping up to prepare for the threat. Read More

WarnerMedia’s HBO Max continues growth despite US decline

  • 22 October 2021
  • Richard Middleton
  • Television Business International (TBI)

Shows such as White Lotus and Hacks have helped fuel international growth for HBO and its companion streaming service HBO Max over the past three months, with parent company AT&T reporting almost 70 million subscribers to date. The pull of the dramas along with its day-and-date theatrical releases of movies such as The Suicide Squad saw […] Read More

Shows such as White Lotus and Hacks have helped fuel international growth for HBO and its companion streaming service HBO Max over the past three months, with parent company AT&T reporting almost 70 million subscribers to date. The pull of the dramas along with its day-and-date theatrical releases of movies such as The Suicide Squad saw […] Read More

‘Imaginaria’ Explores a Quiet, Real World-Inspired Town in Antartica

  • 22 October 2021
  • Jupiter Hadley
  • Gamasutra

In Imaginaria, you explore a small town in Antarctica – one designed based on a developer’s personal experience of living there for fifteen months. Some people have a vast knowledge about areas... The post ‘Imaginaria’ Explores a Quiet, Real World-Inspired Town in Antartica appeared first on Indie Games Plus. Read More

In Imaginaria, you explore a small town in Antarctica – one designed based on a developer’s personal experience of living there for fifteen months. Some people have a vast knowledge about areas... The post ‘Imaginaria’ Explores a Quiet, Real World-Inspired Town in Antartica appeared first on Indie Games Plus. Read More

How to Get Your Cloud Spending Under Control

  • 22 October 2021
  • Paul Lewis, CTO, Pythian
  • InformationWeek

Cloud spending is now a significant part of a company’s IT budget, yet nearly one-third of it goes to waste. Here are some strategies to help you optimize. Read More

Cloud spending is now a significant part of a company’s IT budget, yet nearly one-third of it goes to waste. Here are some strategies to help you optimize. Read More

Freeform’s VP of programming & development joins ‘Shrill’ prodco Brownstone

  • 22 October 2021
  • Richard Middleton
  • Television Business International (TBI)

Freeform’s VP of programming & development Krissy Wall has left the Disney-owned US cablenet to join Shrill firm Brownstone Productions. Wall becomes head of TV at the US-based firm, which is led by Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman, and replaces Danna Shinder. Brownstone produced comedy Shrill for Hulu and has a number of other shows in […] Read More

Freeform’s VP of programming & development Krissy Wall has left the Disney-owned US cablenet to join Shrill firm Brownstone Productions. Wall becomes head of TV at the US-based firm, which is led by Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman, and replaces Danna Shinder. Brownstone produced comedy Shrill for Hulu and has a number of other shows in […] Read More