Wheelhouse works hard to provide exceptional service to businesses, ranging from 5-10 person shops to Fortune 100 Companies. We value our position as a vested partner, with each one of our customers.
Understanding how your business functions, day-to-day, allows our team to structure IT solutions that follow your business vision and avoid untimely surprises.
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Wheelhouse can play an important role in helping you achieve standards compliance and maintain the integrity of your IT infrastructure.
We’re already familiar with industry standards and our complete managed services model enables us to quickly identify any areas of your IT network that are not in compliance
Wheelhouse Solutions’ objective is to constantly exceed our clients’ expectations, while achieving our firm’s growth goals.
When it comes to expansion, we’re growing our company through smart acquisitions. Find out if your Managed IT Services business is a good fit for our acquisition program.
Wheelhouse provides reliable and cost-effective business telephone systems sales and service. We’ll work with you to design a business telephone system that will meet your needs now, and provide for future growth and flexibility.
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Having a consistently reliable means of business communication, with your customers, is always assured, utilizing our best-in-class VoIP phone systems and VoIP Services.
Wheelhouse Solutions will work with you to design a comprehensive VoIP solution that will deliver superior VoIP service, unparalleled service reliability and peace of mind, for years after the sale.
Wheelhouse Solutions will perform a comprehensive review of your current telecommunications needs, at no cost to you, and present you with ways to reduce your costs and increase your overall reliability.
Contact us today for a free audit and review of your telecommunications services and to learn how our expertise in the telecom industry can benefit your organization.
Wheelhouse Solutions deploys strategic IT resources for faculty, staff and students, helping our educational clients succeed with flexible, cost-effective solutions. From cloud services to network monitoring, we leverage technology solutions that help educational institutions define a clear strategy, achieve their technology objectives, increase operational efficiency, reduce operating costs and minimize system downtime.
Healthcare is evolving, and you need the technology team to help your organization evolve with it. At Wheelhouse Solutions, we’ll assist you at every stage – from HIPAA-compliant infrastructure, including mobile solutions, to real-time access to patient information. Our healthcare IT Solutions, Cloud Services and Managed Services ensure compliance and flexibility, throughout your organization.
With Wheelhouse Solutions global positioning satellite (GPS) technology you can manage your company’s entire fleet, whenever and wherever you like. Our advanced technology allows you to locate the closest vehicle to a new job, confirm vehicle stops, and monitor customer visits. Our GPS Solutions even allow our clients to dispatch more accurately, with fleet maps and driving directions.
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If you are experiencing a service issue and do not have a Client Portal account, please call us at (636) 866-0484 / (800) 750-4880. Ask your account manager about your free access to the Client Portal.
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117 South Main Steet, Suite 112
St Charles, Missouri 63301
We are a dynamic, fast-growing, managed services firm, helping clients leverage technology solutions to grow and thrive in the 21st century.
When it comes to hiring, we prefer the direct approach; check out our job openings, and if you’re interested (or just want to say hello), email your resume/cover letter.
In the current era of data, we face an ongoing risk of data loss, be it through hacking or system failures. The data you hold on your computer systems is crucial for your business; as such, it is critical that you protect yourself against data loss.
Why should you care about data loss?
In addition to causing a major inconvenience and damaging your business reputation, data issues can result in serious financial losses. A recent Division Group research survey found that over 70% of businesses that experience a significant loss of data go on to shut operations completely within two years. Data breaches much more common than people think. According to the Guardian’s Media Network, a massive 78% of businesses have reported some form of data breach in the last year. The most common causes of these data breaches are malware, phishing scams, and email attacks.
Given that data loss is common and has profound implications, it is imperative that you take appropriate action to safeguard the information stored on your systems. Here are four things you can do:
1. Install reliable malware protection
Regardless of the size of your organization, make sure you have a robust malware protection solution in place. This will prevent hackers from accessing your data or installing corrupt software on your servers.
2. Change passwords frequently
The longer the passwords you use to protect your systems remain unchanged, the less secure they will become. By mandating that all employees update their passwords on a regular basis, you can reduce the risk that passwords will be stolen or exposed. Experts recommend changing all passwords at least every three months.
3. Implement data protection policies
Your employees play a key role in protecting your IT systems and assets against malware attacks. Implement a solid training plan to ensure all members of your team are aware of how their actions can potentially undermine security. Regularly remind your employees of their obligation to behave in a manner that protects company assets.
4. Don’t forget printed materials
It’s not just electronic data that is at risk. Many organizations fail to take into consideration the information that is printed. Just some of the risks associated with printed materials include documents left at the printer, printouts falling into the wrong hands, and employees printing confidential documents. One way you can safeguard against this is to use print management solutions that allow you to limit what information is printed and control who can print what.