November 12, 2010

Early adopters

Have a new experience of early adoption testing, provided to you by GOTD and Paragon Software!

Please take it easy as we are not going to involve you in beta testing in any way. Though the product we are about to offer is still in development, it is one step away from being available to general public. It is the point when developers know that everything works, but they still want to be absolutely sure that they have not missed anything. Thus they need non-developers’/users’ look. So it is nearly half good as any given giveaway.

Why on GOTD and what are your benefits?

According to the rules a person must be approved by Paragon Software team to become early adopter. Here you do not have to apply to be a part of Paragon’s Early Adopter Program (EAP) and wait to be invited while you may not be.

Considering not many of you may be interested in this very limited component, it is featured on GOTD site as the second giveaway.

Please leave your feedback about the program on the GOTD download page. We would also appreciate it if you let us know what you think of this initiative in general here.

Regards,
GOTD team

13 Comments »

  1. Hi,
    I’d like to test your products, especially those virtualisation related. My primary business is ECM and I use both of Microsoft and VMware virtualisation solutions.

    Sincerely,
    Tomas Kanok, Brno, Europe.

  2. I think this is a great opportunity to give feedback to one of the most solid software companies to ever offer their products through GOTD! Every one of Paragon’s products is a winner IMO, a reliable and well-thought out piece of software that not only works but can be trusted to do exactly what it was designed to do, and I’m glad that Paragon and GOTD are teaming up to make such an initiative available to us.

    Thanks for the chance to be even more involved and useful.

    Comment by JL — November 12th, 2010 at 4:36 am
  3. I do not think that the KIND OF censorship that is exercised by the “GOTD team”, with respect to comments on programs or wishes for program improvements, is conductive to one wishing to leave feedback or comments !

    Comment by Censor This — November 12th, 2010 at 6:22 am
  4. I understand that Paragon Software is reputable and great to have but I hardly ever understand what their programs do and their descriptions don’t help. I consider myself an above average computer user.
    PARAGON: Please write descriptions and tutorials to include the average Joe or Jane.

    Comment by Vince — November 12th, 2010 at 6:30 am
  5. the program will improve backup solutions for many data keepers the discription is all thats needed here 3tb drive use its a storage aplication thank you parogon for this wonderful program :)

    Comment by william Gorsich — November 12th, 2010 at 7:44 am
  6. I’d like to test your products, especially partition managmnent and backup tools.

    Comment by Dan — November 25th, 2010 at 5:37 am
  7. Sounds very interesting and I have a scratch computer. Unfortunately I’m very nosey as well, so bring it on if you still have use of a tester.

    Comment by Olray — November 28th, 2010 at 12:03 pm
  8. Hi,

    I would also be interested in this “early adopter” programme please.
    I now have a number of other PARAGON software too.

    Comment by John — December 6th, 2010 at 9:05 am
  9. Like the others, I too would like to participate.

    Comment by PhotoPro — December 8th, 2010 at 3:14 am
  10. Sounds great

    Comment by Bruce Richardson — December 15th, 2010 at 11:52 am
  11. Like the others, I too would like to participate.

  12. I’m interested since I enjoy researching & testing things and writing about them. However, I wish Paragon would quit demanding my email addresses over and over again and filling them with advertising. I don’t have time to go through 100s of advertising emails from all these companies who hijack your email address as part of conditions of their Giveaways. An occasional email from a company is fine but some companies way overdo it. I also notice that when you give your email to companies for Giveaways, you get an increase in spam emails from all sorts of companies you never heard of and other advertising emails you never requested…evidence that some developers are selling their email lists.

    Comment by Reality Check — December 26th, 2010 at 3:31 pm
  13. I would love to help in my unique OKLA. style.
    I have been asked to help on a recent Paragon greater than 2Tb chore, alas I don’t have access to any hdd’s that size. Since Christmas, I have more time and will be able to offer a due dilligence aproach to new adventures.

    Comment by Raymond — January 1st, 2011 at 8:19 am

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