The Death of Google Wave is interesting. We’ve written about Wave before, several times, but in particular when SAP put out its “Gravity” demonstration. The official Google Blog blames the closure of Wave on a lack of user adoption: But
I was recently struck by the difference between a couple of posts about SAP Gravity and Microsoft’s Windows Workflow Foundation. In the first, some demonstrations of SAP Gravity with Google Wave are presented. But they seem a bit contrived to
I’ve previously written about various Google Wave blogs and the SAP Gravity Demo, and continuing on that theme, Jacob Ukelson asks whether Google Wave is good enough to become a disruptive force as a “good-enough” BPMS, on the ActionBase blog.
Ok. Forrester didn’t really say that. But in Ted Schadler’s article “The State of US Workforce Technology Adoption“, point #4 says practically that: Gen Y employees are getting squashed at work.These younger workers behave very differently from others outside of
A pretty compelling demonstration of Google’s collaborative features in this article about “Gravity”, which is essentially a mashup of the ARIS modeler and Google’s Wave. Its a great demonstration. The biggest surprise, I think, was that this was something built