Hi guys, This is my first thread been a long time stalker its probably already been asked and spoken about thousands of times but I felt like this may be worth a new thread. (correct me if I'm wrong) Ok so, I work for an electrical company we build switchboards mainly for the mining industry (somewhat sensitive data) and we need to backup our server periodically. Currently we use uranium backup (free) and it backs up to an external drive located at the server. (yes, I know not ideal hence this thread) What I'd like is automated backups made then pushed offsite (to my house) to be stored incase of fire or theft of the server so on. If we loose that we loose pretty much everything. The server contains all our work past and present along with our entire MYOB Exo database roughly 600GB of data in total ATM and growing. I had planned to run the backups like usual dumping them into an FTP folder that would be constantly connected the ftp client at my house then DL the newer files. Is this a stuff around? Would I be best to just get another external and physically take it home each week or day? Are there other alternatives to this idea? What I'm after is your opinions or answers to: 1: What we should use for backups (hardware & software wise) 2: Where should we keep this data? (cloud, home or elsewhere?) 3: How we should get our data stored externally (best practice and how to get it there) 5: Any other thoughts or ideas you may have as I am no sys admin or IT guru, just somewhat tech savvy and self taught lol Any help, tips ideas and thoughts you all may have would be much appreciated. Thank you all in advance!