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What Technology Does My New Business Need?


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Congratulations, you’ve opened your new business! As your hands run over the new furniture and you wrap up a few things with your lawyer and accountant, you’re probably starting to wonder what kind of computing infrastructure you should consider for your business.

Many businesses have very similar needs, which I’ll outline below. Depending on the specific needs of your business, there will be some particular technologies you’ll need that other businesses have no need for. Here are six things your business must have in the beginning in order to be successful.

Local Technology Consultant

One of the most important investments you can make is to ensure you have one or two local technology consultants who you trust, who know about your business, and who can guide you in your technology growth.

You have an accountant

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15.053 Optimization Methods in Business Analytics

This website is for MIT students who want to learn more about 15.053, Optimization Methods in Business Analytics.

15.053 is an introduction to optimization models and methods.

James Orlin is the E. Pennell Brookes (1917) Professor in Management and a Professor of Operations Research at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

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Course content and goals

In 15.053, we present modeling techniques in optimization that are known as linear programming, integer programming, and nonlinear programming. Students can model optimization problems using spreadsheet optimization — e.g., Excel and Excel Solver (tutorial, spreadsheet) — or using an algebraic modeling language (Julia and JuMP). We also describe algorithms for optimization problems as well as general purpose heuristics.

The Spring 2018 syllabus of 15.053 is here. The subject evaluations for 2017 are here. Selected student comments from 2017 are here.

Our goal in 15.053 is to help students develop an “optimization

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Businesses of any size need reliable internet service, but understanding options and selecting the right technology may be confusing. Choosing the best business Internet solution begins with understanding how your employees will use it and how it will be managed.

The number and intensity of applications used, the need to connect mobile or remote workers, the need for redundancy, network management, and planning for business growth are all factors.

MegaPath experts can help you understand your broadband requirements and select the best internet service for your needs. We offer a wide range of internet technologies and speeds nationwide: Fiber Internet, Ethernet, T1, DSL, Cable, and Wireless Broadband.

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Fiber Internet is today’s highest speed,

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