I’m wanting to upgrade a small business client ± 12users. Current NAS is a WD , single drive , sealed MYCloud piece of crap.
I want to move them to a 4 bay, 2 disk Synology due to it’s ease of use for the average person / office manager. Might drop 2x 1TB SSD’s just for daily data. Data is archived offsite on multiple HDD’s for now.
Along with this I want to have the Synology upload to BackBLaze business, aswell as have each staff members data backup to OneDrive, which they will then use when on the road, but later on I will connect the proposed Synology to a OVPN server, for remote access.
My thinking is that this allows the following “backup layers” :
Layer 1 - OneDrive
Layer 2 - Onsite redundant disk (in the NAS).
Layer 3 - 2x ext disks that get brought onsite every alternating week.
Layer 4 - Current NAS will sit at the owners house. (Will VLAN this off of the main house network). I’ll likely use something like Syncthing , Rsync or CloudBerry to sync data from BackBlaze (or Synology NAS) to this NAS.
Layer 5 - BackBlaze
Thoughts? Concerms? Comments?