Creating Tomorrow's Internet.
Internet Analysis 2004
The Internet Analysis Report - 2004 was an objective, neutral, in-depth analysis
of internet protocol and governance issues at that time, covering
- Major issues confronting users and what can be done about them
- Emerging issues with core protocols and how they will affect the Internet
in coming years
- A comprehensive analysis of existing governance bodies such as IETF and
- An overview of the change management issues involved in addressing these
- Conclusions and recommendations.
The 116 page report helps clear through the clutter to provide a detailed overview of
Internet issues and organisations.
Written by Internet expert Ian Peter, the report provides a plain-English
evaluation of the Internet in order to help you understand the issues that need
to be addressed.
What readers are saying...
"a good and informative paper"
"lays out its case in simple, understandable terms"
"what I found valuable about it was the breadth of the approach,
introducing readers to a wide range of barriers that the Internet faces in
increasing the breadth and depth of its current coverage"
Inside the full report you will find...
- an analysis of ageing Internet protocols and systems, and why many of them
will not scale to the future
- an analysis of user issues including spam proliferation, viruses and
worms, fraudulent activity, and multilingual domain names, and how these can
be addressed in creating tomorrow's Internet
- an analysis of the history and structure of Internet governance bodies
- case studies which reveal structural problems in dealing with major issues
- professional analysis of change factors, risks, and dependencies in
addressing these problems
- conclusions, recommendations, and next steps.
The issues this study reveals should be of interest to the Internet
industry, to government officials and analysts debating the future of the
Internet, and to businesses and individual users who rely on Internet stability.
© Internet Mark 2 Project 2004.