Recently through the excellent SAGE-AU ( www.sage-au.org.au ) I read about Crashplan. Produced by Code42 and found here: http://www.code42.com/crashplan/ there were lots of positive comments about it. I've since deployed it in two separate locations - in the office and at home. I'm using the free implementation at the moment, which allows you a backup each day to a variety of places. They include a 30 day trial of their cloud backup solution - which is quite cheap for a home implementation - $165 / year for 2 - 10 computers. Check out the full pricing - but see what you can do with the free version:- At the office we have a straight Microsoft Windows based environment - Windows 7, Server 2008 R2 and a wee Windows 8 here and there. I've set up a Crashplan account using a single email address and installed it on almost all our machines. I have a Windows 2012 Server running in our virtual environment and I'm using it as the base for all the backups to go to. I added a
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