Most people don't have any sort of back up, for us superusers do in one form or another.
But I bet most of us don't have an off-site backup. Meaning while its nice we can survive a single hard drive failure, we don't have any backup for fire or if a jumbo jet landed on your house.
I've been trying to setup off-site backup for a while now, and there are a lot of nice online solutions. But the problem is I don't have any upload bandwidth left (all setup for bit-torrent) and I generate a lot of new data.
I've come up with the idea of putting a external enclosure at work and buying a
2.5" 250 GB hard drive USB drive as means for transport. The drive would be carried back and forth and act as a sneaker network.
But I don't want to manage the data manually. I want software to automagically copy the new changes and files and update the external enclosure at work. Does such software exist?
Anybody else in my situation?
Ok here's some more information. This is secondary back up. I already do a back up, I just want the external enclosure at work to mirror my backup.
You can get USB adapters for 2.5" drives so they'll show my as an external drive. I should have just said a USB drive or something. That would have been less confusing.