Ironically, it is the licensing of openvpn (not that open) that makes the problem.
I love our work ASA5505, but it is a bear to configure properly unless you know what you are doing. High point with me is the ease of connecting on the client end.
Do you use OpenVPN from iPhone/iPads in your environment? Can't stand the client I have from OpenVPN.com.
One big reason is to avoid all the "cloudy" ways to allow remote access to things like cameras, storage, security. Another incentive might be to route all (say) netflix traffic to a VPN so that it doesn't get throttled by your ISP.
I've had miserable experience with Buffalotech reliability, and would recommend Asus and the RT-AC-66U in a heartbeat. The custom firmware adds a lot of nice functionality including OpenVPN with GUI.
For non-paranoid, non-geeks, avoid OpenVPN in my book.
It is easy if the security token is a single-purpose device; hard if it is a smart phone.
Most local family-owned shops are effectively Ace or one of the other franchises. While not all the inventory comes from the franchiser, it's quality is usually lower to be at the same retail price. Lowes seems to have higher quality, higher-priced products consistently, but it seems to miss the balance on the value scale.
I bought a Husky tool cabinet last year for under $300, where the comparable product from Lowes was $700. Lowes was hands-down better in terms of construction quality, design, and features... but for my needs the cost wasn't warranted.
Know when you want/need quality, and know when you need to get the job done. The product is the key though, not the merchant.
It is easier than that; the token needs to have merchant, amount, date/time hashed in; you approve that information before entering your pin.
There are hard issues... like what to do with credit reports that rely on a non-random 9-digit social security number as keys to the kingdom, but securing the transaction between consumer, merchant, and bank isn't that hard.
Where? I fly domestic first class, the same issue prevails. It is bad design, period. Either lock out recline or do the slider seat reclines. Only other option is to remove tray tables.
The solution is simple, make the recline shift the reclining passenger's seat forward so the recline stays within their volume of space.
Or, eliminate the recline altogether.
You are mixing units to your detriment-- think in kW not kWh. You are also incorrect regarding efficiency; when you pay for your demand up front efficiency is much more incentivized.
See, the rules work!
On a serious note though, fire regulations are only one of many differences; accessibility, ventilation, energy all are different between long term and short term housing.
The GP is referring to the classic problem of collaborating with a single document. Party A provides base information, B edits information, A reviews changes and makes further updates. Collaborating with a PDF is called markup, and relies on a single party to be responsible for editing. Not sure if Google Docs does a good enough job on resumes yet to work.
Because transient residents are not intimately familiar with the fire escapes and layout of the building. Smoke compartments must be smaller, low-level exit signs are generally required (so someone can see them when crawling), and requirements for secondary exits are different. And... you must post a sign at the door indicating exit locations.
I am torn on the issue; in a place like San Francisco or NYC, the issue of taking units out of the rental pool is quite serious. This becomes worse where you have rent control. On the flip side, it is nice to have options when you stay in a place without sufficient traditional lodging offerings. Bed and breakfast establishments aren't really my cup of tea personally, but having a small apartment or house for a few days can put you more in the center of a community.
It is hard to make that work in the US because taxes for a person and corporation are essentially treated the same (sans FICA/FUTA). This eliminates many of the easy tax shelters for individuals; a low corporate tax rate re-opens these issues.