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January 04, 2007: The emerging opportunity for VoIP security
Zeus Kerravala manages Yankee Group's infrastructure research and consulting group. His areas of expertise involve working with customers to solve their business issues through the deployment of infrastructure technology solutions, including switching, routing, network management, voice solutions and VPNs. Kerravala has a B.S. degree in physics and mathematics from the University of Victoria (Canada), and is also certified by Citrix and NetScout.
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