Anything in healthcare right now is job security. No matter what happens with the landscape, the healthcare industry is a growing for-profit monolith that shows little signs of stopping. The stop short for me is that I cannot condone nor can I contribute to the disgusting profit mongering that's happening at the expense of people's health. It just doesn't sit well with me, and as Bunnie is sure to confirm, I pass over and/or walk away from many contracts that run contrary to my personal ideals. That has perks, and it has drawbacks. I spend a considerable amount of time defending my ideals, and occasionally I get broadsided by one of those, "I know so and so and he said you're an Obama lover so I can't have you working for me". Or whatever their bullshit issue is. I don't break the laws, and I won't skirt the audits just to shave corners and appease simpletons who don't grasp the concept of network security. That's what I spend my entire life living and breathing, I don't come to their jobs and slap the spatula out of their hands, so fuck off, right? I generally make this clear in a way that doesn't seem standoffish, but makes the point that we're here to get a job done and no one goes home till it's done right. Just to be sure there's always contractual language that says, paraphrased, "if you're too stupid to listen to my advice and do your own thing then it's on you bitch". All clients get a detailed report of my analysis and my suggested solutions for issues raised during the audit(s). I also don't listen or participate in Linux vs Windows discussions/debates. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, and both have their place in the infrastructure. Besides, those conversations are pointless and usually none of the participants really has a clue what they are talking about, so it boils down to ease of use vs your OS is an error riddled virus sandbox or something along those lines. What were we talking about? I forgot. Anyway, do what makes you happy and fuck everyone else.