Tech Talk:The Role of Digital Media Best Practices in Work and in Life with IT Expert & Local Historian, Fred Litt
"I have 2 Iphones, 3 tablets, 4 external hard drives in my home office...and need them all backed up and speaking to one another." - Client A
"How can I best use Dropbox to support my small business?" - Client B
"I have my head in the clouds...about the Cloud -- can you explain it to me?" - Client C
If your relationship with Information Technology in your career or personal life is reflected by one or all of these above real life client testimonials, the October First Friday Luncheon is the place for you!
BCPWN is thrilled to welcome Fred Litt of Family Technology Associates, LLC. In addition to providing technology support for local homes and offices, Fred has used digital technology to preserve and share historic treasures and heartwarming memories of Allendale, NJ through his project, Borough on the Record.
At this interactive presentation, attendees will learn how to use their current technology to be more productive, to reduce IT frustrations, and to gain more of their most important asset - - time.
Attendees will be able to ask questions regarding their personal, home, and business technology - and have them addressed by an experienced IT professional who, like them, lives in the area and runs a local business.
About the Presenter:
Fred Litt is a longtime Allendale resident, business owner, educator, community volunteer, and digital historian. He grew up in NYC, graduated Stuyvesant HS and SUNY Albany with BS and MA in Mathematics/Statistics. In 1977, he began career in Investment Research Dept at Goldman, Sachs & Co providing information support to Portfolio Strategists. In 1982, promoted to VP, soon thereafter developed GS&Co's first worldwide research information system. In 1995, left GS&Co to provide IT consulting services to financial firms such as Fidelity Investments.
In 1998, Fred left the Wall Street arena to begin a local technology business, Family Technology Associates, to provide affordable IT support to families and local businesses. He has served as Adjunct Professor at Ramapo College and Bergen Community College, teaching various IT courses. Within Allendale, he has served as President of Chamber of Commerce (2000-2001), Borough Council (2003-2008), Planning Board (2007) and is currently developing a database to collect and share memories from Allendale's history called Borough On The Record, now available on Facebook @BoroughonTheRecord.
1955 photo of Allendale Chamber of Commerce Dinner and Dance at Savini (formerly Pat Job's Crescent Terrace Inn), courtesy of Fred Litt, Borough On The Record, Allendale, NJ
Cancellations can be accepted in writing up to 72 business hours prior to the event. No refunds will be issued after that point.