We have got three MAC users in our marketing department and all of their work stored on a central MAC. We now need a backup solution for this as it is core data to our company.
They currently have an external hard drive, but this is not felt to be sufficient.
I have installed a Lacie Big 5 NAS, but cannot seem to get the users to connnect to this - I don't want to be playing around too much with the MACs and putting on to the Windows AD if I can help it - we know little enough about the MACs as it is.
I looked at Livedrive on line, but this will be a problem backing up 286GB data to this over the internet in the first instance.
What other alternatives are there to get these to back up?
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1. Install a…
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