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SAP Still Pushing Collaboration After Wave Demise

Google's Wave may have crested, but that's hardly the last word for cloud-bases collaboration tools. Just ask SAP, the enterprise software heavyweight that's springing ahead with its own Streamwork service.

SAP had partnered with Google to build off of its Wave product, and had benefited from the search giant's Gadget API code and the OpenSocial protocol to develop Streamwork. Datamation hears from SAP on where the Streamwork collaboration tool is headed.

Google had high hopes for Wave, its cloud-based collaboration service, actively pursuing beta testers and working with third party developers to extend the service. But Wave's future crashed last week when the search giant announced it was killing off the project because it was disappointed with the rate of user adoption.

But one of the partners Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) was working with, enterprise software giant SAP (NYSE: SAP), wants to make clear the demise of Wave isn't going to impact development of its Streamwork collaboration software.

Read the full story at Datamation:
Google Wave Partner SAP Says StreamWork Still On Track