07-02-2012 01:12 AM
Question re: BlackArmor NAS110, on our local work ethernet network (Windows 7).
1) Is it possible to configure scheduled backups of a cloud server "network drive" (Jungledisk.com's Desktop App mounts a drive in Windows ("T: drive") , that points to our data on their offsite servers). You may be wondering why we want to do this. Cloud servers can fail, company go bankrupt etc, and we can't afford not to have this data backed up locally.
2) Can the BlackArmor software do scheduled "incremental backups" of the network drive, such that only new/changed files are backup up?
08-02-2012 08:19 AM
My suggestion, from experience, is not to use Seagate NAS for anything critical. Us it as spare storage only, local copy of off-site data, etc.. If your raid card in the NAS fails you loose the entire array even if your drives are good. Any NAS that cannot rebuild an array from working drives is not worth much.
Seagate makes drives, they are not good at anything involving software.