I just got done with another major backup of our client and company files. We are a graphic design studio, so you can imagine the number of files to back up and the file sizes, gigs upon gigs. I am looking for a more efficient/safe way to back up our files. Right now we are using 700MB CDs, cataloging them and storing them in a big CD binder that we can go back to when we need. It is important that we can access the files easily because we have long term clients that come back to us after we have backed up their work. The last backup took a total of 89 CDs and took a couple of weeks of backing up. This backup was approximately 60 Gig, and we would ideally like to backup every month. It wouldn`t be 60 Gig every month, more like 20-40, but still, that`s a lot, and consumes storage at a very fast pace. I am curious what others do to backup their work, especially other graphic design businesses, or other businesses that use up storage at such a fast pace. So, if you think you have a great system, I would love to hear about it, and any other ideas anyone else has out there to tackle this problem. Thank you for your thoughts and ideas!