John Leyden: "UUUUUUUUUHHHHHHHHHHHH"
"application like SSH always normally need to be allowed for remote administration"
Plurals, John? "Always normally"?
"Traditional firewall assume traffic" - I don't suspect for a moment that this is a case of a missing [sic].
John, you may find it useful to understand that in English we make a distinction between when we are talking about one thing and when we are talking about many things.
"The technology allows enterprise to..." again John, when we mean more than one enterprise, we put an 's' on the end. And if we mean only one, which would fit equally well, then we use the indefinite article to indicate such: 'an'.
Sorry, I used a technical term - which I'm sure will exceed your capacity for comprehension.
You must be a world-class brown-noser to be demanding payment for this tripe. You are a life form of inferior evolutionary progress. Go back to your cave.