@r3dpand4 I sent my prediction to a peer who has also been in crypto for several years, he agrees with me. Now it's been peer reviewed.
Looks like you nailed it......
@momurda "India? They cant even provide reliable water and electricity for the majority of their population. I am sure accepting bitcoin is high on their list of todos. Oh wait, no it isnt, it is officially banned."
India has not banned Cryptocurrency: https://www.forbes.com/sites/sindhujabalaji/2018/02/06/india-is-not-banning-cryptocurrency-heres-what-it-is-doing-instead/#673cea5f7c6f
Everything you have posted is categorically false, you honestly don't deserve any further responses. Stating outlandish things and making character claims about a large portion of the world's population without citation doesn't deserve attention.
@computerchip "No one really knows if it will rain tomorrow or not, but they speculate across the world every day.
You can look at a previous post here, where I speculated that BTC will be consistently above the 10k mark in 30 days. Looks like I am on track for that prediction."
This is an inaccurate representation of yourself and every layman speculating on Cryptocurrency prices. Weather predictions are made by professionals based on scientific modeling stemming from peer reviewed research. Making random guesses spread over forums is in no way comparable.
No one really knows so I don't understand the point in speculating. It's literally plastered over every forum regarding Cryptocurrency that you should only invest what you're willing to lose 100% of and that holding long term, 5+ years, outweighs day trading gains for the average person. Sure it could go up today, it could also go down. Speculating day to day is pointless, and if you're in the Cryptocurrency space to make money just do your research, buy in, and wait 5 years. Watching Delta or coinlib every day is just going to stress you out.
FortiGate and WatchGuard are the two I have the most experience with and both are pretty solid.
Just out of curiosity....why are you going with a separate VPN product? The SSL Client VPN from WatchGuard is free and works fine.
I had never seen this thread before, but since it jumped to the top of my unread I took a peak. The group I'm with currently has pretty close ties to one of the largest Practice Management Software developers in the country, and it's architecture is exactly the same. This is also why Ransomware is such an issue, considering everyone on the LAN normally has Read/Write access to the DB files. Terrible development is sadly far too common.
@scottalanmiller Agreed, especially since you're to a greater degree surrounded by people who have absolutely no idea what it is that you do. Even management structures in SMB IT are rarely staffed by technical individuals or technically competent I should probably say. At least in my experience, the fewer people around me who think what I do is comparable to black magic the better.