Once Merely Thrifty, VoIP’s Going Strategic!

Once Merely Thrifty, VoIP’s Going Strategic!

At one time, VoIP was just a way to cut down on phone bills. With the convergence of audio and data streams, VoIP is now a serious communication tool millions of businesses depend on every day. But cheap phone service is only one aspect. What strategic advantages will VoIP offer in the future, as the technologies involved mature further?


    • Phil Edholm, Enterprise CTO and VP Network Architecture, Nortel Networks
    • Zeus Kerravala, Senior Vice President, Yankee Group

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Phil Edholm, Enterprise CTO and VP Network Architecture, Nortel Networks

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Zeus Kerravala, Senior Vice President, Yankee Group

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