Most of the cloud backup services will allow this, I believe. Check Bing or Carbonite. If you're an Apple user, check iCloud.
trend micro also has the functionality - if you use their upper end product you have 5GB of cloud storage free for a yearCholly said:Most of the cloud backup services will allow this, I believe. Check Bing or Carbonite. If you're an Apple user, check iCloud.
This is a critical question. If the drive isn't there, it won't work. If the computer croaks and it takes out both drives (the hard drive and the thumb drive), what's the point?SayWhat? said:Is the thumb drive always plugged in? Or do you remove and store it?
You could set up an event in the scheduler to run at a particular time (or, I think in Windows 7, you can wait for a change in a particular file or directory) and go from there.If you normally remove it and insert it only for the copy, it seems like somebody could write a .bat file to initiate the copy on insertion. (Not me though; I'm stooopid.)
Power Shell is much too long-hair a solution for a time-scheduled backup. The Windows Scheduler is probably a better choice.dmspen said:You could create a power shell script that backups up files at a specific time every day.