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Even a Thrones n00b can appreciate the show's smart zombie mechanics.
Thatrsquo;s not necessarily a bad thing, if you donrsquo;t mind slaloming around plotholes.
What Game of Thrones' Arya Stark and the Faceless Men can teach security pros about defending against modern malware and identity theft.
Like many of my high-tech colleagues I am an avid Game of Thrones viewer. However, its appeal is much broader.

The series is set in a historical fictional medieval world made of seven kingdoms, all struggling for power in a tense battle between good and evil. No character is safe, and this unpredictably delights audiences by keeping them on their toes not being able to guess what comes next.In fact, Game of Thrones shattered HBOrsquo;s viewership record with more thannbsp;10 million global fans tuning in for its season 7 debut in July. No doubt this record-breaking show is the crown jewel of HBO and guarded like Fort Knox, right?To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Apple could "procure and produce" as many as 10 new shows next year.
GoT suspects cuffed Four arrests connected with the leak of an unaired Game of Thrones episode have been made in India.…
FlickrBy Paul Miller, Vice President of Marketing, HPE Software-defined and Cloud GroupThere have been six thrilling seasons of Game of Thrones, and now, after what feels like the longest wait, season seven is finally here.

Throughout the show and especially in this season, wersquo;ve seen many families forging alliances, albeit shaky alliances at best, to meet common goals and increase their power.What does this vastly popular franchise about skems, politics, ice zombies, and dragons have to do with modern IT infrastructure? Despite modern IT being filled with all-in-one products that can improve different factors of the datacenter on their own, it is also beneficial for these solutions to be used simultaneously in the right deployment for the benefit of the datacenter.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
HBO reportedly offered hackers $250,000 as a “stall tactic.”
Whether you're Lord Commander of the Night's Watch or the CISO of a mainstream business, it's not easy to defend against a constantly evolving threat that is as deadly as an army of White Walkers.
With friends like these, who needs the Lannisters?