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Google Wave, the in private beta personal communication and collaboration tool, has generated an enormous amount of interest within the tech community and with the preview opening to the public on September 30th, everyone will soon be able to judge whether it lives up to the publicity.
We’ve yet to establish exactly where Wave will sit alongside Google’s other web services, but the end of this month should bring a few answers.
Google has today announced that along with the public preview, Google plans to integrate Wave into some businesses and schools Google Apps accounts. Not all companies will have access until next year, but if you’d like to register interest for the first round of access, you can do so here.
In case you missed the original presentation at the Google I/O conference, you can watch it here:
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