Earlier this year, Applebee’s – a bar and grill restaurant in the US – was hacked. This panel discussion examines the causes and affects of such a breach from multiple angles, and the possible measures that can be taken to prevent a breach from occurring, and what to do if it does.
Our operations engineering team handles the development of tools such as Pulse Assist, to help our support teams perform to their maximum potential. They’re working on some cool new features such as being able to analyse information from support calls and past issues, making smarter suggestions as to the potential causes of problems, and providing
In this Innovation Session, Priyath Gregory and Sandaruwan Nanayakkara from Sysco LABS deconstructs bitcoins and blockchain technology in order to investigate and explore the two ideas as independent entities. They start the session by walking the audience through the different systems – from centralized to distributed to the decentralized peer system that is blockchain. Then they dive deeper
In this session, Vice President – Engineering at Sysco LABS, Hiranya Samarasekera provides valuable insights about decision making, leadership and managing oneself. In ‘Smart Decision Making’, he covers common traps which include the sunk cost fallacy; and estimating and forecasting traps such as the recall-ability bias, before moving on to big decision making, and how
There is no argument that technology has changed our lives enormously over the last half century. It is also true that the pace of that change has accelerated over every decade in the same time frame. We should fully expect this change and acceleration to continue to happen in the future. As a business leader
Microservices is a hot (and a hotly debated) topic. Asiri Liyanage, Senior Software Architect at Sysco Labs, speaks about what it means to adopt Microservices in an organization and how to decide if it’s the right fit for you. In the below video, he walks us through the following topics: Common architectural patterns Growing pains –