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Dan Gabree
Works at Symphony Teleca
Attended St Anselm College, Trinity College, Schiller College
Lives in Farmington, CT
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Adviser Don Cloud says beneficiary structure can be overlooked when developing a comprehensive financial plan, and he addresses this issue with a couple looking to provide for their daughters.
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Wonderful health benefits in listening to classical music
Have you ever really thought of how listening to classical music can really benefit your health? Read about 8 ways it can do this.
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This includes user behavioral analytics (UBA), which can detect even subtle changes in user, system or application activity that can be aggregated and tracked to discover threats.
As big data gets, well, bigger, security to protect these new systems also will have to rise to the occasion. To that end, fledgling security companies Niara and Cloudera have struck up a partnership, pairing their solutions to combine advanced real-time threat discovery with enterprise big data management.
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What makes people think it’s acceptable to rob someone’s ideas and take credit for their work? Don’t they realize that plagiarism is stealing?
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Leadership is not a solo sport.
Early in its history, Southwest Airlines was up against major carriers undercutting it on price and the company knew it had to take some radical steps. After selling one of its four planes just to make payroll, the leadership then asked how it could continue to transport the same number of passengers with fewer planes. The CEO knew he didn’t have all the solutions, so the whole company was put to work. Ideas were sourced from baggage handlers, gr...
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sarcasm has the potential to catalyze creativity in everyone
 
Despite sarcasm’s nasty reputation, new research from Professor Li Huang and colleagues uncovers creative benefits — yes, benefits — when it's used by people who trust each other.
Despite sarcasm’s nasty reputation, new research finds that it can boost creativity and problem-solving in the workplace.
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You need to take responsibility for understanding your strengths and weaknesses and discerning where and how you can make your most meaningful leadership contributions.
Adopt a leadership mindset before you try to lead.
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For the first year, upgrading your computer to Windows 10 is free.
The new Microsoft operating system reverses the sins of Windows 8 and improves on Windows 7, yet misses chances for the PC to reclaim relevance
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Yeah.
The new Microsoft operating system reverses the sins of Windows 8 and improves on Windows 7, yet misses chances for the PC to reclaim relevance
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Uh Oh
A 100 per cent of tested smartwatches have security holes, allowing potential hackers to steal personal information from the owner.
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OK, let's get this straight.
New to Connecticut? Then it's time for a visit from the Word Guy's Welcome Wagon! We come to your home to furnish lists of local libraries, guides to area bookstores and advice on which word...
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  • St Anselm College, Trinity College, Schiller College
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Learning to do better things better.
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I work with customers and partners to create and deliver innovative solutions to business problems. My experience with companies of all sizes provides a unique and varied perspective that allows me to collaborate with business leaders and uncover details that might be otherwise overlooked.  I work with clients on initiatives involving global delivery teams and that are aimed at significant productivity and financial improvement.

 Having managed consulting offices for Coopers & Lybrand and ACT, I understand and have dealt with staff retention issues, project management and P&L responsibility. With Perot Systems and Litton Enterprise Solutions, I led large outsourcing sales efforts to successful completion. I sold application performance management (APM) solutions for CA, and at Sybase, I worked closely with many of Wall Street's large financial firms on Database, Replication and Disaster Recovery initiatives. Now at Symphony Teleca, I am directly involved in offshore outsourcing engagements and lead a key account in establishing a new model for global relationship management.

 I have a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from St. Anselm College (NH), and also studied at Trinity College (CT) and Schiller College in Heidelberg, Germany. I live in CT with my wife and two youngest children, and enjoy reading, running, soccer and darts.

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I build strong relationships and solve difficult problems.
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Create and deliver innovative new product solutions for customers. Working with key clients to establish a new model for global relationship management that enables the transformation of both organizations in terms of quality and productivity.
Employment
  • Symphony Teleca
    SVP, Global Delivery Manager, present
  • CoreObjects
    Acquired by Symphony Teleca, 2010
  • Aetna
  • CIGNA
  • Phoenix Mutual
  • Coopers & Lybrand
  • Advanced Computing Techniques
  • Litton Enterprise Solutions
  • Perot Systems
  • Sybase
  • CA Wily Technologies
  • CoreObjects
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Farmington, CT
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Southington, CT - East Hartford, CT - Oklahoma City, OK - Denver, CO - Manchester, NH - Glastonbury, CT - Heldelberg, Germany
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I have used this company in the past and called them again when I needed to replace old garage door openers. They we prompt, friendly and did a great job,
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