In 1987, an ambitious college student named Garry Feldman made the bold observation that there was a viable business in helping people with their computer problems. He was right. Soon afterwards, U.S. Computer Connection (USCC) was born.
Garry's first clients were individuals and small offices. Before too long, the business grew, and Garry hired his first employees to help him build and sell IBM compatible “clone” computers, and design and maintain some of the first small office computer networks.
Garry still helps people with their computer problems today. USCC provides managed services, virtualization, design, installation, and ongoing support of networks and network infrastructure for companies of all sizes, and the integration of cloud computing technology into server and network-related functions.
In addition to running U.S. Computer Connection full-time, Garry makes the time to get involved with, and join the leadership of, many organizations and groups. Garry has served as a volunteer in several organizations including Junior Achievement (Vice Chair, Volunteers & Programs), The Workplace of Bridgeport (Board of Directors), Stamford Chamber of Commerce (Past Chair and Vice Chair), Techcycle (Founder and Chair), Jewish Community Center of Stamford (Board of Directors) and Newfield Swim and Tennis Club of Stamford (Treasurer).