Desjardins Is Hiring Call Centre Agents In Montreal & You Can Earn $22.90/Hour

Desjardins Is Hiring Call Centre Agents In Montreal & You Can Earn $22.90/Hour
If you've been looking for full-time work that pays a decent salary and comes with an array of benefits, then Desjardins just might be the spot for you. Desjardins is currently seeking call centre agents across Montreal and the position pays $22.90 per hour. The role is completely remote and requires practically no call centre experience. In order to be eligible for the position, Desjardins is looking for individuals who can learn with agility, appreciate differences, and be customer and action-oriented. The role also comes with some pretty sweet benefits, too!In addition to working completely remote, Desjardins also offers its employees a shift premium that is adjusted to your education and experience, meaning you could earn even more than the starting $22.90 per hour pay. Desjardins also allows its employees to access numerous employee...

Ireland’s First Quantum Computer Engineering Centre Launched at Tyndall National Institute

Irelands First Quantum Computer Engineering Centre Launched at Tyndall National
May 17, 2021 — A multi-million-euro investment will see 900 sq meters of research space dedicated to quantum technology at Tyndall National Institute’s new facility on Cork’s North Mall and will be a key part of the Institute’s plans to double in size and impact by 2025. Tyndall is also recruiting 5 new senior research leaders, including a Head of Quantum Research to lead the overall Centre and who will build new quantum research teams to accelerate the growth of the centre. Overall, this new investment will result in an additional 45 quantum research jobs giving a further boost to Tyndall’s quantum ecosystem that already counts the highest concentration of researchers in Ireland. The announcement was made at an official launch event on 13 May, which saw world leading experts speak to Irish researchers, policy makers and industry leaders...

Data centre virtualisation and cloud computing can play a pivotal role in power sector emissions reductions, says report

Data centre virtualisation and cloud computing can play a pivotal
A new report from power market analytics firm Aurora Energy Research suggests that increased deployment of (and continued improvements in) virtualisation technology could reduce potential future European computing emissions 55% by 2040. To put it another way, the use of virtualisation software (that allows for much more computation to be done with significantly less IT hardware), improved management and optimisation of operations, and hardware upgrades enable productivity and energy efficiency improvements in IT operations. Coupled with the increased usage of renewable energy to fulfil electricity requirements, these energy efficiency gains can help IT operations in Europe to substantially decrease their carbon footprint. This is especially important as more and more enterprises are engaging with digitised information to transform their business...