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You can use this page to view media releases issued by Schrock Innovations. Media releases will roll off of this page and into the archives periodically. If you do not find the release you are looking for, please contact us. 02-20-07 Local Businessman to Testify in Opposition of LB583 02-15-07 LIBA Website to Get aContinue reading »
As a part of the Mike Johanns for US Senate campaign website, Schrock Innovations filmed and produced a web-commercial to announce his candidacy for the office.Continue reading »
Schrock Innovations has moved its Omaha Service Center from its previous location to its new home at 3032 N. 93rd Street.
Schrock documented the moving process with a video showing their old location and the installation of furniture and fixtures in their new location.Continue reading »
Channel 10/11 news interviewed Schrock Innovations’ Blaze Johnson about the exploding battery problem that is plaguing some Dell notebooks (as well as others).
Blaze did an excellent job explaining the problem, helping consumers identify whether or not their notebooks were at risk, and represented Schrock Innovations with professionalism.Continue reading »
Local computer company owner Thor Schrock will testify on Thursday that LB583, the Electronics Recycling Systems Act, is a poorly written bill that will create confusion, will reduce the number of choices Nebraska consumers enjoy, and result in higher prices for consumer electronic goods.
Schrock owns Schrock Innovations, a local computer repair and software development company with offices in Lincoln and Omaha, NE. Schrock is concerned that his small business would be considered a manufacturer under the bill, even though the intent of the bill was not to do so.Continue reading »
Schrock Claims Bill is Poorly Written, Will Hurt Nebraska Businesses Lincoln, NE-February 20, 2007 Local computer company owner Thor Schrock will testify on Thursday that L583, the Electronics Recycling Systems Act, is a poorly written bill that will create confusion will reduce the number of choices Nebraska consumers enjoy, and result in higher prices forContinue reading »
Mark Smith was hired today to take over the support services component of Schrock Innovations’ Maintenance Checkup Home Edition software.
Schrock Innovations launched the first version of their Home Edition computer maintenance software in 2003, and since then has expanded the software to include spyware removal and hard drive cleanup. A new version of the software is scheduled for beta release in Q1 of 2007.Continue reading »
Jeremy Reed was hired today to provide a much needed increase in the Schrock Innovations onsite appointment capacity.
At any given time, Schrock Innovations is booked solid for onsite appointments. Some customer have waited as long as 2 weeks to get a technician to their home.Continue reading »
Josh Tausz was hired today to add additional experience and talent to the Schrock Innovations Web Development team in Omaha.
Tausz graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha with double majors in Mathematics and Computer Engineering, and is immediately taking over the development of more than a half dozen active development projects.Continue reading »
This week Schrock Innovations will be releasing a new television commercial on Cox Digital Cable in Omaha, NE to promote the company’s growing computer repair service center.
The new commercial, entitled “Crushed” is designed to raise awareness of Schrock’s free pickup and drop off service in Omaha.Continue reading »
Schrock Innovations was voted the #1 Independent Computer Repair Company in the 2006 KFOR Best of Lincoln Survey for the 4th year in a row! Thank you to all of our radio show listeners and KFOR fans who voted for us.
This year we will be trying something new with the radio show. Typically we move to Sunday mornings during the Husker season to avoid any potential conflicts with football game coverage. this year we are going to buck that trend and stay on at 10:00 on Saturday mornings. Listeners have told us that they lose track of our show for a few weeks when we move to Sundays, and again when we move back to Saturdays after the season concludes (hopefully in January this year!).Continue reading »