If they have not started beforehand, by June 2001 many IT managers will be thinking frequently about top-level domains (TLD). Among the causes for their increased concern will be seven recently approved TLDs, more use of country suffixes, copyright protection, and the growing trend toward domain names in foreign languages. All of these events will require more effort to maintain control over the increased complexity of Internet usage.
Top-Level Domains Challenge IT Managers (Apr 2001)
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