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    The technical support from Fortinet and local vendors is good.It seems to be more scalable than we thought.
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    The most valuable features are that it is really secure and very easy to use.The solution works very well. You just click and it's working.
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  4. A reliable and stable solution for remote network access.It is very effective and I am satisfied with how it works and with its performance.
  5. The most valuable feature is the zero-trust part of this solution.The features I find most valuable is WildFire, user integration, and the basic technology features.
  6. The technical support is very responsive and fastThe most valuable feature is that it is secure.
  7. There is support for multi-factor authentication.The features I have found to be most valuable are the levels of encryption I can enact and the compression I can apply to improve throughput.
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  9. The most valuable feature is being able to securely connect and use virtual desktops.I can safely say this is one of the best solutions I have seen for VPN access. It can achieve what other vendors may not be able to. This product will train you about exactly what an SSL should be. You can leverage it to do whatever you wish, the way you wish to do it. This is the solution if you want a perfectly scalable product for your enterprise that can help your mobile users and integrate with the latest technologies.
  10. The most valuable feature is the seamless access.It allows everyone to work from home. If no one could work from home, then we wouldn't have a company, especially now during COVID-19. It's mission-critical, especially since it's currently being used. If there is a problem with it, we would really be screwed. We would be hard-pressed because we would have to figure out what solution we're going to go with, how to deploy it, how long it would take to deploy it, and how we'd even get it on people's computers if we couldn't VPN to them. It would be near impossible to just change to a new VPN solution right now.
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