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


Traveling Agencies

Retail/Liquor Stores


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IT Management
Andrew Schmitt

What Are the Best Ways to Give an Older PC New Life?

Purchasing a new computer is a big investment. Many small businesses and home PC owners end up struggling with older systems because they want to get as many years out of them as possible. Have you found yourself banging on your keyboard in frustration? Have you tried every tip and trick you found online, only to still struggle with a

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Andrew Schmitt

Microsoft Teams Plan Comparison: Free vs M365 Business vs Teams Essentials

The shift to remote work over the last two years has caused companies to realign their digital tools. Now, many meetings default to being via video conference rather than in person, and working from home has become commonplace. Seventy-seven percent of remote workers say they’re more productive working from home (a big reason is fewer distractions). Plus 85% of surveyed

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Cyber Security, Technology, Network, Internet
Andrew Schmitt

How to Protect Your Online Accounts from Being Breached

Stolen login credentials are a hot commodity on the Dark Web. There’s a price for every type of account from online banking to social media. For example, hacked social media accounts will go for between $30 to $80 each. The rise in reliance on cloud services has caused a big increase in breached cloud accounts. Compromised login credentials are now

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