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Re: Inexpensive way to backup data

 Jack wrote: 
>  Jim, 
> if you link is slow, How about get a used small machine from eBay, or the 
> trash bin, 
> load backuppc on it, use a USB drive for the data store.  If this is for 
> home, 
> take the drive to work or get a shelf at some family members house across 
> town you 
> visit regularly to store it on.  Have at least 3 drives.  so one is off 
> site, one is 
> being available for backups, and one can be 'in transport'.  Rotate them 
> weekly even if 
> you do daily backups. 
> If you are doing it for a small business, rotate them daily, and get 6 or 7 
> drives, with most 
> staying off site, and one or two onsite. 
> If you have both Unix and windows, I would suggest backuppc.  If it is Unix 
> only, dervish 
> does well. 
> Just a thought. 

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