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best backup for my architectural office

best backup for my architectural office

best backup for my architectural office

i have google business apps for my email.. windows 7 (64bit), using outlook.. all my email is on googles servers (gmail), and an always sync'ed copy is on outlook.. if i reformat i dont have to backup my pst file, i just download from google apps

question is, what software does that for standard files? we're an architectural office so we have a lot of drawings, but no offline backup.. i was wondering is there an app/online storage that works just the same as my gmail app.. first time i signup the data is uploaded, than a mirrored "copy" is on my computer.. its syncs every so often or constantly

is there a software backup program that does that? or another alternative that someone may have that gives me the result?

thanks for the help!

RE: best backup for my architectural office

Not exactly as you described, but Mozy Pro does an online backup to the "cloud" and then you can use an external hard drive attached to your computer and have a second local copy of all the data.

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