Technology support for small businesses and municipalities.
Broadcast, video production and post-production services.
Chief Technology Officer for Global Strategy Group
Chief Technology Officer for Karlinsky LLC.
Windows, Mac, Linux computers and mobile devices.
RHFtech is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program and the Apple Developer Programs.
Richard Frisch began RHFtech in 2004. He has a long history with tech:
- He was a ham radio operator as an adolescent and built a Heathkit transceiver.
- He started using computers in 1972 when he was introduced to BASIC programming as an MBA student at the Harvard Business School.
- He was part of the team at Citibank in the 1970s that developed the modern ATM.
- In 1983, he was the first person at Smith Barney to use an electronic spreadsheet, Lotus 1-2-3 on a PC.
He is a blogger and a former journalist. He wrote a column, The RHFtech Help Desk, which was published for several years in The Hour (Norwalk), The Wilton Villager, and The Stamford Times. He writes about non-technology topics at richardfrisch.com
Richard Frisch makes frequent public presentations about evolving and historical technology topics.
He is working on a series of lectures, Titans and Tyrants of Technology: from the Industrial Revolution to Today.
Recent presentations include:
- Inventing the Telephone and the Telephone Company (2012)*
- Before Oscar and After Film: motion picture technology from 1870s to 1907, and a demonstration of Apple’s Final Cut Pro X to compose and edit a digital video. (2012)*
- Charles Babbage: The Man Who Invented the Computer (2011 and 2012)*
*Episode of Titans and Tyrants of Technology
- Social Media and Your Business (Keynote address to the Connecticut Alarm & and Systems Integrators Association (CASIA) 2011 annual meeting.
- Apple’s Post PC Era Explained (2011 and 2012)
- Television in the 21st Century: Set top boxes and the Internet (2011)
- Smartphones: What You Need to Know (2010 and 2011)
He is a member of the Connecticut PC Users Group (CTPC), and moderates the Random Access program at CTPC monthly meetings. He is a past president of the Fairfield County Computer Users Group (FCUG).
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