April 14, 2006

DataCocoon Is Released!

The big moment has arrived! Today sees the launch of DataCocoon!

The website revamp is also live, so if you head over to www.mcqn.com you'll see it in all its splendour. Whilst you're there you can download the full version of DataCocoon, which is free to use for thirty days so that you can decide whether it suits you as a way to keep your data safe.

Then it's an easy process to buy a licence key to unlock the program to work forever - I know, I tried it out last night. If you're one of the first few people to buy it, you'll even get a phonecall from a nice lady at www.plimus.com as they're taking care of keeping all your credit card details safe and sending you a licence key and they need to ensure that there's nothing dodgy with my new vendor account. Good to see that they're careful not to let people use stolen credit-cards and the like, though do let me know if you have any problems with the purchase process.

Now the real fun starts, as I get thrown headlong into the sales and marketing side of things. But first I need to finish off the speech I'll be giving tomorrow afternoon somewhere just outside of Bolton or I won't be deserving of the title "best man"...

Posted by Adrian at April 14, 2006 12:48 PM | TrackBack

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CONGRATULATIONS!!! Well done on reaching your goal, Adrian. It's a very user friendly piece of software for us non-tech people. I am liking it very much and will buy it when I find out my NTL webspace password so I stop hogging all of Jon's space!

Posted by: Leila at April 15, 2006 11:51 AM

Wuhoo!! I hope lots of people are buying it. And I like your About page on your new website!

Posted by: Kate at April 20, 2006 08:13 PM

Thanks Leila, the aim is for it to be something that everyone can use, without having to understand lots of geeky stuff. With that in mind, I'll be posting some tutorials on how to find the files you need to back-up on the www.mcqn.com website.

Posted by: Adrian at April 26, 2006 10:57 AM
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