When a team has to work together, it is usually not efficient to themselves via e-mail to communicate. However, e-mail is still often an important part of the communication process within a group.
Apache Wave is a communication service that focuses on real-time collaboration within groups.
Apache Wave is a project based on Google Wave. This online service was created in 2009 by Google, a giant in the market as the new way of communication. This service never caught on among the general public and therefore Google has decided to make the development not to continue.
After Google this service has stopped the code and the development of this software in 2012, transferred to the Apache Software Foundation. The Apache Software Foundation also manages the eponymous opensourcewebserver and the popular office suite OpenOffice.
Apache Wave is a tool that you use on a own server room need to install. Then, users can Apache Wave use for real-time, to communicate and to work together on data that may consist of text, images, video, etc. Anyone who is at the same time to a project and see in real time each other's updates. This makes the process more efficient compared to the back and forth e-mailing of information.
Other than when collaborating in an online tekstverwerkingsdienst such as Google Docs is the Apache Wave is easier to make adjustments in the time to find and respond to each other messages and updates.
Apache Wave has the following characteristics:
Apache Wave screenshots
You can free download Apache Wave and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit, 86) from the official site.
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