"Fitting Voice into your Network"
By Zeus Kerravala, Vice President of Enterprise Infrastructure, The Yankee Group

According to a recent Yankee Group Study, 87% of enterprises are either testing VoIP or have it partially deployed, but only 3% have it fully deployed across the organization. Many network managers struggle with how to take VoIP out of the lab and implement it in production environments with confidence that voice traffic will operate with the quality needed to support business use. This presentation from the Networking Decisions Conference outlines the various options available to network managers today to deploy VoIP and provides strategies for introducing voice in a data network without putting your company's business at risk.

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This was first published in January 2005

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