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Recently opening OCtech in the La Plaza business park on PCH, Nick Schrunk is looking to “de-mystify technology” by bringing a personality to tech.

Schrunk, who has worked previously in the corporate tech sector for more than 25 years as the vice-president of the company Jetsuite, started his own small business, Infinity Net, in the early 2000s and believes his entrepreneurial spirit makes him and OCtech a good fit in Dana Point.

“To make it really simple, we want to improve network performance and problem-solve infrastructure issues for small businesses and residents,” Schrunk explained. “We perform security audits, tell you if there is anything you don’t know about on your network. I like to work with small businesses, and my community. We want to be the ‘I.T. guy,’ for those places and people that don’t necessarily need a full time I.T. staff person.”

Schrunk also pointed out that he has recently been performing a large number of in-house server to cloud-based operations transitions.

“I want to be recognized as the one-stop shop for local businesses and residents,” Schrunk explained. “A lot of people just ask me to ‘make it work,’ and we saw that no one was servicing this area, and we want Dana Point to know we’re here to do just that.”

For a full listing of available services from OCtech by visiting their website, or by emailing Schrunk directly at

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