Been looking for the same thing for a while. Finally settled on File Transporter. http://www.filetransporter.com... Now owned by Drobo.
Like most, I had to check the date when I saw this story. I thought I had probably blacked out for a few months, as this must be an April Fools joke...
Rob, as one of the early registered users, I too, can't begin to thank you for creating this great community; like most, I spent an inordinate amount of time on slashdot. There honestly hasn't been a day where I've had an Internet connection and I haven't been on slashdot. What does that tell you? Actually, that might be an addiction. I should probably start looking for a 12 step program... I wonder if my EAP will cover that...
Anyway, you and Jeff did good. And you made a difference. I will never forget winning the Sugar Distribution Award!
Take care, and I wish you Godspeed in whatever path life leads you on.
I'd appreciate any suggestions on the easiest way to perform and maintain backups on this mixed system. Homegrown, Freeware, FOSS, and/or commercial software solutions are all options. I also have a FTP server available, if there is a way to remote copy the files.
Thanks for your suggestions!"