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Joe Fabris

Director of Wireless Solutions

Palm , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (408) 617-7000

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Palm , Inc.

950 West Maude Avenue

Sunnyvale, California,94085

United States

Company Description

Palm Computing, Inc., a 3Com company, is the leading provider of handheld computing solutions, including the best-selling Palm III, Palm V and Palm VII series of connected organizers. The Palm Computing platform is the premiere handheld development environment...more

Background Information

Employment History

TreoCentral


Affiliations

USA Track & Field Foundation school

Board Member


Plus 3 Network Inc

Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer


AthleteBiz

Board Member


Plus3

Co Founder


The Tech Museum of Innovation

Board Member


Olympian Ryan Hall

Board Member


thetech.net

Board Member


San Jose State University

Vice President of Marketing and A Board Member


Education

San Jose City College


BS

engineering

California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo


MBA

Cal Poly


MBA

California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo


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www.digitalhollywood.com

Joe Fabris, Director of Wireless Solutions, Palm, Inc.Joe Fabris, Director of Wireless Solutions, Palm, Inc.: As Palm's Director of Wireless Solutions, Joe Fabris is responsible for developing and implementing go-to-market strategies for the company's enterprise customers.He joined Palm through the merger of Handspring and palmOne in 2003.Before working in the handheld and smartphone world, Mr. Fabris worked for ten years at Microsoft in various positions, including Systems Engineer, Sales Executive, and Marketing Director.He received the "Chairman's Award" from Bill Gates in 1992 and 1997 for being the country's top sales executive.Prior to Microsoft, he spent five years at IBM as a Mechanical Engineer and Marketing Representative.Mr. Fabris holds a BS in engineering and an MBA from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo.He is a member of the Board of Directors of Villa Montalvo, and The Tech Museum of Innovation.


www.slipperybrick.com [cached]

"Extending Microsoft's Direct Push Technology to the Palm OS based line of Treo smartphones gives business customers a powerful new choice for wireless email, security and manageability," said Joe Fabris, director of wireless solutions, at Palm, Inc.


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Joe Fabris Interview
treocentral.com >> Stories >> Special Reports >> Joe Fabris Interview Joe Fabris Interview On Tuesday TreoCentral had a chance to sit down and chat with Joe Fabris, Senior Director for Wireless Solutions at Palm. Readers may have noticed that Fabris has made a couple of posts over at the Official Palm Blog - as well as a new audio interview on MSCMDM 2008. Fabris' position puts him at the forefront of dealing with wireless data syncing at Palm - and his 10 years of work at Microsoft before joining Palm give him a unique understanding of the solutions that Microsoft offers to enterprise companies. So: he was the right guy to speak with. Fabris on MSCMDM2008 First thing's first - Fabris does indeed like that "Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008" rolls off the tongue so cleanly, though he prefers to call it by it's acronym MSCMDM. Actually, he prefers to pronounce the acronym: "Microsoft Skz-um-dum. Fabris is confident they'll have it ready to go when MSCMDM is launched in mid 2008. Fabris then touched upon an issue that Steve Ballmer talked about during his keynote, though Fabris was much clearer. Fabris then touched upon an issue that Steve Ballmer talked about during his keynote, though Fabris was much clearer. That's where their "special sauce" comes in. We've already seen improvements to the Windows Mobile platform like photo speed dial and a search bar integrated into the today screen, but Fabris also hinted that Palm has other tricks up their sleeve for the future. Fabris said that Palm doesn't have any plans to extend MSCMDM to either Garnet or the upcoming Linux-based OS. The inference we at TreoCentral draw is pretty clear: Palm intends to use Windows Mobile for business and is looking to make their Linux-based OS a killer consumer smartphone. Now that they have some breathing room to work with in enterprise sales, they can create the first genuine OS that can rival the iPhone for consumers. ...We'd say they're building an "iPhone killer," but that phrase gets bandied about so much that anything that gets called "iPhone killer" is so far, justifiably, mocked. Anyhow - that about wraps up our conversation with Joe Fabris.


usatf.org

Joe Fabris named to USATF Foundation Board of Directors
Joe Fabris, Founding Partner & Chief Product Officer, Plus 3 Network, Inc., has been named as a Director of the USA Track & Field Foundation Board, USATF Foundation Executive Director Tom Jackovic and Chairman Bob Greifeld announced Wednesday. "Joe's experience in so many different areas of the sport makes him a great addition to the board," said Jackovic. "I'm excited to join such a great organization that is dedicated to one of the loves of my life, track and field," noted Joe. "I'm looking forward to taking what I've experienced as a competitor and as a technology entrepreneur and applying that to the sport." After years in software sales & marketing, Mr. Fabris launched Plus 3 (www.plus3network.com) in 2008. Plus 3 turns any exercise into a donation for charity. It is a mobile, GPS-enhanced social network that connects people + corporate sponsors + causes on a lasting journey of personal fitness and charitable giving, where all donations are paid for through corporate philanthropy. As an elite athlete, Joe ran cross country & track in high school and junior college, finishing off with a scholarship to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. After college, he clocked a 3:58.3 mile at the 1982 Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, OR, and went on to compete at the 1984 U.S. Olympic Trials. After retiring from competition, Fabris returned as an assistant cross country coach at his JC Alma Mater, San Jose City College, and served as Executive Director of the ASICS Aggies, an Olympic Development Club which provides support and coaching for aspiring Olympic athletes, youth and masters runners. Joe continues to hold advisory positions with the Aggies and competes as a Masters runner, having a 4:23 mile to his credit. After graduating with an MBA from Cal Poly, Joe began his professional career in technology by joining IBM in 1984, bringing IBM mainframe solutions to the aerospace industry. He then spent the next 11 years at Microsoft as Systems Engineer, Sales Executive and Regional Marketing Director. During that time, Joe earned the Chairman's Award Rolex watch twice, Microsoft's top field award. He also pitched the eventual building of the Microsoft campus to Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, now located in Mountain View, CA. As Senior Marketing Director at Palm Inc., from 2003 to 2007, Fabris played an instrumental role in launching Palm's Treo line of phones and their first Windows mobile phone, the Treo 700w. He also served as one of the press and analysts spokesmen for Palm. Prior to working at Palm, from 2000 to 2003, Joe was actively involved with a number of community organizations, including serving on the Board of Directors (currently serving) of the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, CA, chairing the Gizmo WYSIWYG fundraising event for three years & launching a new fundraising Video Game Tournament using the IMAX dome, called the MaxGames. Additionally, Fabris was also a Director with the San Jose Symphony and at Villa Montalvo. The Fabris family leads a very active lifestyle. He and his wife Lori are avid cyclists, and tour annually, while his two daughters both compete in track & cross country. Lori and Joe are also the Trustees of the Fabris Family Foundation, which focuses on educational, health, and environmental giving.


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Joe Fabris named to USATF Foundation Board of Directors
USA Track & Field Foundation - Distance Project News Joe Fabris named to USATF Foundation Board of Directors 3-7-2011 INDIANAPOLIS - Joe Fabris, Founding Partner & Chief Product Officer, Plus 3 Network, Inc., has been named as a Director of the USA Track & Field Foundation Board, USATF Foundation Executive Director Tom Jackovic and Chairman Bob Greifeld announced today. "Joe's experience in so many different areas of the sport makes him a great addition to the board," said Jackovic. "I'm excited to join such a great organization that is dedicated to one of the loves of my life, track and field," noted Joe. "I'm looking forward to taking what I've experienced as a competitor and as a technology entrepreneur and applying that to the sport." After years in software sales & marketing, Mr. Fabris launched Plus 3 (www.plus3network.com) in 2008. Plus 3 turns any exercise into a donation for charity. It is a mobile, GPS-enhanced social network that connects people + corporate sponsors + causes on a lasting journey of personal fitness and charitable giving, where all donations are paid for through corporate philanthropy. As an elite athlete, Joe ran cross country & track in high school and junior college, finishing off with a scholarship to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. After college, he clocked a 3:58.3 mile at the 1982 Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, OR, and went on to compete at the 1984 U.S. Olympic Trials. After retiring from competition, Fabris returned as an assistant cross country coach at his JC Alma Mater, San Jose City College, and served as Executive Director of the ASICS Aggies, an Olympic Development Club which provides support and coaching for aspiring Olympic athletes, youth and masters runners. Joe continues to hold advisory positions with the Aggies and competes as a Masters runner, having a 4:23 mile to his credit. After graduating with an MBA from Cal Poly, Joe began his professional career in technology by joining IBM in 1984, bringing IBM mainframe solutions to the aerospace industry. He then spent the next 11 years at Microsoft as Systems Engineer, Sales Executive and Regional Marketing Director. During that time, Joe earned the Chairman's Award Rolex watch twice, Microsoft's top field award. He also pitched the eventual building of the Microsoft campus to Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, now located in Mountain View, CA. As Senior Marketing Director at Palm Inc., from 2003 to 2007, Fabris played an instrumental role in launching Palm's Treo line of phones and their first Windows mobile phone, the Treo 700w. He also served as one of the press and analysts spokesmen for Palm. Prior to working at Palm, from 2000 to 2003, Joe was actively involved with a number of community organizations, including serving on the Board of Directors (currently active) of the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, CA, chairing the Gizmo WYSIWYG fundraising event for three years & launching a new fundraising Video Game Tournament using the IMAX dome, called the MaxGames. Additionally, Fabris was also a Director with the San Jose Symphony and at Villa Montalvo. The Fabris family leads a very active lifestyle. He and his wife Lori are avid cyclists, and tour annually, while his two daughters both compete in track & cross country. Lori and Joe are also the Trustees of the Fabris Family Foundation, which focuses on educational, health, and environmental giving.


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