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A temporary deviation in a measurement from its baseline or its expected range.
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Google Wave has three layers: the product, the platform, and the protocol, Rasmussen said.
For further explanation of Google Wave, check out a rather long (1 hour, 20 minutes) Google Wave video here below, or read Gina Trapani's PDF book: "<a href="http://completewaveguide.
To learn more about the Google Wave and Mingle integration, please visit www.
lt;p>In fact, analysts said Cisco's announcement late last month that it plans to offer at least some pieces of its IP voice technology as a hosted service could be viewed as a direct response to Google's recent move to start limited release of its Web-based Google Voice and Google Wave communications tools.
We're excited to have the Google Wave team at eComm Fall 2009," said Lee S.
Lars Rasmussen, member of technical staff at Google, co-founded the Google Wave effort with his brother Jens;
lt;p>Large businesses might not want their employees to use Google Voice or Google Wave tools on the job, but who would stop anyone from doing so, and how?
Or, it could flop like Google Wave and Google Answers.
BACKGROUND: Cameron and his guests will give an overview of the many Google tools -- including Google Adwords, Google Docs and Google Wave -- that can help harness business productivity.
lt;p>This month's unveiling of the Google-branded and -designed Nexus One mobile phone, last summer's disclosure that the company is developing an operating system, and last September's release of the Google Wave collaboration tools pushed the company pretty far afield from its phenomenally successful search roots.
Also, UIS faculty and staff used Google Wave as part of a Sloan Consortium online workshop on Web 2.