Two of its microblogging services such as Google Wave
and Google Buzz have failed to have the desired impact.
In 2009, Michael Feldstein blogged that Google Wave
would fill the bill for many who sought alternatives to an expensive, high-maintenance LMS.
But its previous efforts ended in failure, with both Google Wave
and Google Buzz proving unpopular with users.
To create Google+, the company went back to the drawing board in the wake of several notable failures, including Google Wave
and Google Buzz, a microblogging service whose launch was marred by privacy snafus.
To deal with these factors, we explored several online tools that could allow us to collaborate on our project and bring it to fruition: Wikispaces, Manymoon, Google Wave
, DimDim, and Google Docs.
According to US- based technology columnist Matthew Ingram, who writes for the popular blog GigaOm, " GoogleC* desperately needs an injection of social features, as we have written a number of times, since it has completely failed to get much going in that area with ventures like Google Wave
and Google Buzz.
Another notable example is that SAP is developing web-based components to give users access to its systems from Google Wave
, Google's new communication and collaboration platform.
Check out Google Wave
on YouTube at http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMYM-18BkIQ&feature=player_embedded or this http://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=p6pg xLaDdOw&feature=related.
Another interesting enterprise service is Google Wave
Blossom himself has turned to Google Wave
(for which, Google announced in August, that it will cease development, though the company may incorporate its features into future products) for help with his next book.
When Google announced the shutdown of its Google Wave
product in August, no one saw it coming.
is one technology that can be used to track and generate ideas and permit a more inclusive perspective of wikis and other collaborative projects.
It wouldn't really matter if it's intranet-based--for example, on Microsoft SharePoint--or an open application like Google Wave
Last month, Google drowned Wave, its one-year-old project to revolutionise collaboration and real-time communication on the web: "Wave has not seen the user adoption we would have liked." Google Wave
enabled users to manage their total communication on the web - instant messaging, emailing and social networking.
Save Google Wave
is online at www.savegooglewave.com.