Bear Clan Patrol - Winnipeg

Our holiday donation supports Winnipeg’s Bear Clan Patrol

Michael Anderson 365 News, Culture

This year, 365 Technologies, on behalf of its clients, is making a holiday donation supporting Winnipeg’s Bear Clan Patrol. “With consciousness comes awareness, with awareness comes ownership of personal circumstances, and with collaboration comes change. It is within the context of this approach that the Bear Clan Patrol has been mobilized.” – Bear Clan Patrol website The patrol’s mission is …

Steffyann Bisnauth - Business Development Coordinator

Meet Steffyann Bisnauth – Business Development Coordinator

Michael Anderson 365 News, Culture

Steffyann is our new Business Development Coordinator. She has over 10 years’ experience in project- and relationship-management and account development. In her role, she’ll develop new business relationships, answer questions about 365 Technologies and its services, and guide new clients through the onboarding process. She’ll also represent and find new ways for 365 Technologies to work with local organizations to …

365 Technologies Culture

“The way we do things around here” – a guide to 365 Technologies’ culture

Michael Anderson 365 News, Culture, IT Managed Services

“Culture” is the environment that surrounds you at work all the time. Simply put, it’s “the way we do things around here” at any business. At 365 Technologies, we believe it’s the key to our business, and (quite literally) the writing on the wall. Whenever we have visitors to our office or post pictures of our office online, people ask, …

Jessica Floresco, General Manager

365 Technologies teams up with Mother Earth Recycling

Michael Anderson 365 News, Culture, Green Technology, Hardware, IT Best Practices

Our old hardware is going to a new home with a big heart 365 Technologies has teamed up with Mother Earth Recycling to recycle its old electronic equipment. “We usually recycle 200 to 300 computers a year,” says Michael Anderson, President and CEO of 365 Technologies. “This year, with Windows 7 support ending, that number will be closer to 400 to …