Hi all, I'm a long time user of Macs but very new to servers and backups on a business-scale. I have a few questions I was hoping some of you experts could help me answer? Our current setup: We are a small business with eight Macs, all with 1TB hard drives but none are full. They're all connected via LAN to the internet and to our Apple Time Capsule which we are using as a wireless hard drive, a 'dropbox' for shared files. We have a network cabinet which currently has two switches which essentially house all the LAN cables which then go into our router to the internet. Our router is then connected to our Apple Time Capsule. Like this: iMac --> Via LAN --> Network switch --> Router --> Apple Time Capsule What we want to do: I'd like to setup a server that all our Macs can access. With this server I'd like all the Macs to use Time Machine to backup to the same place on the network. Stage 1: I'd then like to use a RAID configuration (which I have read is possible) so that we essentially have two copies of the back ups. That way one copy can be taken home by someone each night and over the weekend in case of a fire etc. Stage 2: Once this is setup, I'd also like to be able to download our websites at the end of everyday. Not the entire site, just files that have been added or edited that day, once again backed up in the same way as the Macs. How do we do it? That's my question! What hardware and software would we need to achieve this? I've been recommended we get a network drive caddy and full this with hard drives, then use OS X Server to get it all working. This sounds fine, but can anyone give me: 1. A shopping list of exactly what you would recommend we use 2. Point me to a guide or give me a run down of how I would get the above setup I spoke to a network guy yesterday who confirmed for me the above idea I have will work, we just didn't go into details about the setup process. I'm open to all suggestions so please let me know of any alternative ideas you may have. Thanks!