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The new RockMelt browser is built on Google's open source Chromium code. It requires users to log-in to start browsing. Once they do, they quickly find all kinds of nice features, including an automatic feed update, social features built-in, and much more. It's designed to provide a single spot where users can keep tabs on their social lives.
The CIO Insight
RockMelt could be a significant drain on productivity. But it's important that you know about it, and as best as you can, keep it out of your operation going forward until you know it won't hurt employee productivity.