What We Do

Power House Custom Computing is an IT Services Provider for MicroSMBs and SMBs in the Central Illinois/St. Louis, Mo. Metropolitan Region. While we are located just an hour north of St. Louis, MO., we are capable of providing professional remote IT services nation-wide.

Managed IT Services

IT Hardware Procurement

24/7 Remote Helpdesk

Internet Service Brokering

Managed Network Services

Business VoIP Brokering

Industries We Support

MicroSMB and SMB Businesses

Religious Organizations

Educational Organizations

Logistics Companies

Service-Based Businesses

Hotels

Traveling Agencies

Retail/Liquor Stores

CHECK OUT OUR MOST RECENT BLOG POSTS BELOW

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Cybersecurity
Andrew Schmitt

Important Steps to Take Before You Recycle a Mobile Phone Number 

It’s not unusual to change a mobile number from time to time. For example, when you move, you may want a number that is local to the area you just moved to. Companies also may end up recycling mobile numbers throughout their staff as people come and go. If you don’t properly detach your mobile phone number from all the

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Productivity
Andrew Schmitt

These Google Search Tips Will Save You Tons of Time!

Over 2.4 million searches happen every minute on Google. It’s often the first stop people make when they go online. We search daily for both personal and work needs, and often searching out the right information can take a lot of time if you have to sift through several irrelevant results. One study by consulting firm, McKinsey, found that employees

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Cybersecurity
Andrew Schmitt

Top 5 Cybersecurity Mistakes That Leave Your Data at Risk

The global damage of cybercrime has risen to an average of $11 million USD per minute, which is a cost of $190,000 each second. 60% of small and mid-sized companies that have a data breach end up closing their doors within six months because they can’t afford the costs. The costs of falling victim to a cyberattack can include loss

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