Google Wave - The future is once again Google
Although Internet is all about innovation and evolution in technology and concepts, the most recent and probably the most influential in near future is Google Wave. I expect Google Wave to be the new buzz word after Twitter.
Twitter has been no doubt one of the remarkable concepts introduced recently, but the real implementation is yet to come. Twitter is not just another service; it is a remarkable concept that has introduced phrases like micro-blogging, real-time status updates, and so on. But after trying out Google Wave recently, I am thrilled to see the possibilities that are yet to come.
Google Wave makes micro-blogging and real-time status updates happen on the enterprise level, it leverages the beauty of these concepts to the next level and put them into real action.
Google Wave enables team collaborations in a real time environment without switching to multiple tools. It has native features of e-mail, instant messaging, wiki, social networking, and many of its own nature. Google Wave is a communication and collaboration service that will evolve even bigger and better once it will be made available to public.
- When you sign up for GoogleWave, you get a unique @googlewave.com ID which is similar to your Google user name.
- You begin by creating a New Wave and then you can add as many friends as you like to collaborate with you on that particular wave.
- There are many nice extensions available that can be integrated in Google Wave like:
- Conference Call:
- Video Chat:
- and many more that you can browse in your Extensions Panel.
What Change is Promised By Google Wave?
Now we are clear that Google Wave is some kind of collaborative communication, what place will Google Wave hold in our future? Some salient features of Google Wave:Continued on the next page