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Yes, that is what i do on my NAS setup is duplicate data from my rigs. unless i have miss understood the term duplicate possibly. that is i have a copy of everything on my rigs on my NAS.
So yes, you are backing up your data to a NAS.

Just wanted to explicit that having a NAS alone is not backup. People often use NASes to store data instead of using their local machine... in that usage, it would not be backups.
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lol you misunderstood, i said i wish they were
carbonite sounds too good to be true, no idea how secure or private my files would be though and its for 1 computer though it wouldnt matter if i'm offloading my file server to it.

i dont really get "External Hard Drive Backup" though, how do they know if the drive is external or not
Most providers support encrypted communication and encrypted data storage. Your password is part of the key to the data storage.

The "External Hard Drive Backup" term is probably for non-technical people.

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Crashplan or carbonite have good service for cheap that can backup a large amount of files. It's probably the best way to backup files.

Other than having one backup in your house, and giving the other to a friend/family in another state. 
CrashPlan supports a mode where you can automatically backup data to friend/family computers in addition to their cloud.
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I have close to 20Tb of photo, video and other work files backed up locally on a series of external drives in a locked cabinet and off site via a company server in case of fire or a disaster.

For my personal files I have 100Gb of cloud storage and a bunch of big external drives, I am in the process of putting together a FreeNAS box that should replace most of my external drives. thumb.gif
Yeah, managing lots of external drives can start to get difficult over time as you scale up.
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Next spring (tax season) I will hopefully be getting 4 or 5 4TB drives. I will install them in my media server and run a raid 5 or 6 and put the old hard drives at my brothers house in a closet. offsite backup. Hopefully, nothing fails between now and then. Even if it does I have really important stuff like photos on like 3 hard drives. Pretty much everything else is replaceable, and not too worried about it.
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I stand amazed at people that actually use that much space. I mean seriously I live happily with a 240 gig SSD for my system and a 320 gig external for my backup.

I do not keep music, well not much, most I stream via the Windows 8 radio app or Pandora. I do not keep movies as I can stream them as well. Same with TV shows. I only keep a few games on my system because I never play more than 2 or 3 at any one time. I keep pictures long enough to edit and post to online storage. As I said all my office docs I keep on Skydrive mostly and when I edit my audio files once they are posted I am kill them on my drive, they are stored as final cut on the site and the originals are archived at the studio.
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lol you misunderstood, i said i wish they were...

Oh, poo! Wait a sec while clean up the unnecessary drool.
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...carbonite sounds too good to be true, no idea how secure or private my files would be though and its for 1 computer though it wouldnt matter if i'm offloading my file server to it.
...

Carbonite is about as secure as you can get. They install software on your computer that encrypts your data before it gets uploaded. You have to use a password to access the data so it's as secure as your password.
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...i dont really get "External Hard Drive Backup" though, how do they know if the drive is external or not

I really don't know since I don't use one but I'm guessing it has to do with either a HDD that comes and goes being the tip off or that it's through a USB connection (or both?). Interesting question, though. It makes me wonder if a missing HDD (say, one dies and you can't afford to replace it and restore data to it right away) would trigger the 30 day countdown before versioning ends and data is deleted? It's something I'll have to keep in mind if that should ever happen to me (I have three physical backups and I'm lucky enough that affording a new HDD isn't going to be an issue anytime in the foreseeable future). I do know that, as long as the entire computer isn't connected to Carbonite, you can keep your data on Carbonite indefinitely as long as your account is paid up.

Edit: Ok, this is bugging me (I'm as curious as a cat) so I fired off an email to Carbonite. I'll report back if they don't consider the answer to be a deep, dark secret and respond.
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at some point I will buy a second external hard drive.....ill have to sooner or later. while my western digital 1.5tb external hasn't even flaked once on me, it has my full data storage backup which has 50gb of music and pics and videos and also windows disc isos that ive created. and because im living dangerously I have been using said drive to make backups of peoples pcs I work on. not smart due to viruses and spyware. plus I have ground zero images of all my systems on that external. in a perfect world I should have 3 externals, and be using one just for customer backups when I have to blank someone's hd and reformat, one for my ground zero system images so incase on of my systems goes down I can reimage from that drive and be done, and then one just for my personal data. in reality I could probably cruise by with just 2 externals. one for my data and backup images, and one strictly for my clientel's pcs. I do backup though. usually I keep all my important data on a known good internal hard drive and keep my internal terabyte for just programs and games. if that hard drive dies then I can restore data from my external. though id have to buy another drive. the drive I backup to internal where my data is stored is a western digital caviar se 320gb hd. and that thing seems to run warmer then my Seagate barracuda terabyte.
 
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I'm pretty sure he is, too. I'm just waiting to see what antique he comes up with next, such as 8" floppies. Hmmm...I still have some 5.25" floppies for my old Commodore knocking about somewhere (along with the C64c, a 5.25" drive and a couple of Commodore 3.5" floppy drives).

 

Well I mean you could always do what a co-worker did for awhile *and for good reason*. He rented out PO boxes all over the city, and backed up using flash drives and mailed them to the po boxes. Safe, Secure, offsite, and cheap...ish
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I always keep my system scanned with avast free antivirus, malwarebytes and superantispyware. I can always dl the latest CCE and TDSSKiller if necessary. worst case scenario if I get a virus, I reimage my gaming pc which will bring it back to ground zero right after a clean install. the clean install is from march when I got my 670 4gb card and did a full clean reinstall of win 7 on a crucial m4 ssd with my terabyte as a data drive and the western digi 320gb as data storage internal. no viruses from that image guaranteed. usually viruses attack the c drive anyway. but my avast is setup to scan ALL drives and so is superantispyware and malwarebytes. I do need to buy a second external....and have really seriously been considering one from microcenter as you can get a 3 terabyte external for like $100. next free $100 I get will go towards that so I can use that as my backup and image location and then use the 1.5 terabyte just for backups of my clients pcs so no threat of viruses to my data. I think I have it all covered and since I know the 1.5tb is not flakey my data is safe.
 
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...Using a NAS for back to me is dangerous, if a storm hits the home the surge could fry it and the computer. A good backup is away from the gird, power and such, so that it will not fry if the PC does.

That's something the "RAID is a backup" folks are having trouble grasping.
     
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Well I mean you could always do what a co-worker did for awhile *and for good reason*. He rented out PO boxes all over the city, and backed up using flash drives and mailed them to the po boxes. Safe, Secure, offsite, and cheap...ish

:/ Flash drives. He mustn't have had a lot of data or those were some very big flash drives.
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That's something the "RAID is a backup" folks are having trouble grasping.

 

I think people don't realize that raid 0 and raid 1 are different. Also, a good ups would solve that problem of "power issues".
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