How to organize backups for a small organization?


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There is a small organization. 3 computers, all in one place. Servers, of course, and maybe not of course, or what not.
The access point distributes Internet to them. On one computer the raised Firebird on it spinning database accounting software. All users work every day with documents in electronic form. Save them.
Every night is a backup of Boo.programs. You need to somehow store that in cases of emergency it was possible to restore it. Plus you need to make backups of all your documents.

Need advice on organization. What/How to use?
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Put, for example, a router with USB, you stick to external storage with RAID (there is small table on disk two), and to set back a backup (TimeMachine Apple, *nix rdiffbackup or anything Windows), depending you are using.
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Can look in the direction Dropboxа?
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without any external storage, something difficult to tell.
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Take the external drive and pour all that is needed for job
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There is an option to purchase a NAS with a couple of screws, put them in a Raid mirror and the pour times a day all for him. If the NAS is expensive, just USB shny screw to throw to one of the components and pouring on it
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For such a small organization suggest Dropbox. Although not sure about the data volumes may in free 2Gb not meet, but their prices are very reasonable.
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To keep the live database in the Dropbox folder is not advised, because the open locked files are not sent to the cloud, so backup Bukh program you can start Your night skrit copying to your Dropbox folder.
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Less "live" documents it is convenient to store in Dropbox — this further saves if you accidentally delete or overwrite the file (versioning).
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