Rick Stanley, Inc., or RSI, was incorporated in 1993. We offer Computer Consulting, System Administration, both On-Site and Remote, and Computer Systems Integration to a wide variety of Small-Business clients (1 - 100 employees), in NYC, and the Tri-State area. We have worked with Corporations, in many fields of business, both domestic, and international, as well as Not-for-Profit Organizations, Foundations, and Family Trusts.
Our President, Rick Stanley, has been in the Computing Field, for over 20 years, first as a C and C++ Programmer, and Instructor, and later as a Consultant, and Systems Integrator. He has taught C and C++ Programming at New York University, and at several Corporations in the Northeast, including the United Nations. He has worked with a wide range of Operating Systems, and hardware, from the early days of DOS, through Novell Netware, MS Windows, and now with the Linux O/S and other Open Source software.
We thank you for visiting our site, and look forward to the opportunity of meeting with you. Please feel free to contact us by phone at (917) 822-7771, or by E-Mail
Each Client has unique needs, with different heterogeneous computer O/S's, systems, and services. Prepackaged "Plans" would be a hindrance to both the Client and RSI.
We prefer to meet with our Client, or our potential Client, to first determine your needs, and structure our Services to your unique environment. The first consultation meeting is free of charge. This gives you an opportunity to get to know us, and for RSI to learn about your unique systems, and needs, without any obligation.
We offer a full range of services. Please read more on our Services page...
The computer industry, guided by the W3C, are encouraging website designers, and other computer professionals, to adhere to internationally accepted Open Standards for Web Design, (such as HTML/XHTML, & CSS), and Accessibility (WAI).
RSI agrees with NOT using proprietary "protocols", or proprietary "standards".
We support these Open Standards, and others when implementing this website, as well as our client's systems. The icons below represent the Open Standards that this website has been validated against.
Linux is a clone of the UNIX® Computer Operating System. Linux was written from scratch with NO proprietary UNIX code included.
Linux was initially intended to run as a substitute for UNIX on early AT style Intel computers. Today it can run on everything from Cell Phones, PC's (And Macs!), to Mainframes, and beyond.
The term, "Open Source" can be applied to many different subjects. In our case, we are referring to "Open Source Software".
In order for software to be labeled as "Open Source", the "Open Source Initiative" has defined that it must meet 10 requirements.
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