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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Digium Business Telephone Systems
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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Wheelhouse Solutions (HQ)
117 South Main Street, 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.
With cloud storage being used more and more often for personal and business purposes, it’s normal to wonder how secure your files are in programs like One Drive and SharePoint Online. While it is possible for a hacker to access such secured cloud storage, it is highly unlikely to occur. Both One Drive and SharePoint Online have multiple layers of security, so there are no one-shot means to sneak into storage. Such an effort would be more on the scale of a Mission Impossible scene.
Office 365 has five different layers of security: access security, application security, data security, physical data center security, and network security. These layers make it virtually impenetrable. SharePoint Online is set up in a similar manner, but what really makes these cloud storage solutions uber-safe is the extremely limited ways for data to go in and out, and that data is encrypted whenever it is vulnerable. There are only two ways a file can enter or exit these programs: when the client communicates with the server and when a file moves between data centers. At both times, the information in a file is encoded, so it wouldn’t make any sense even if someone managed to intercept a file in transit.
That doesn’t mean there aren’t security measures in place when your sensitive files are sitting in storage. even when not in transit, a file is encrypted. Two types of encryption for stored files exist in both Office 365 and SharePoint Online: BitLocker disk-level encryption and per-file encryption. BitLocker is a blanket-style encryption which encrypts everything on the disk. Per-file encryption creates individual encryption keys for every file and each update to files, then puts the keys in code and stores them in a totally different location than the files themselves.
So, in order for someone to access stored files in either One Drive or SharePoint Online without the proper login credentials, there would need to be a lot of legwork. A hacker would not only have to access each update to a file and decode them, but also locate the proper keys, crack their codes, and then piece all of the little pieces together in a way that makes sense.