You should always backup your important data at the end of every working day or working week, particularly if you're working on documents for another person. Lose those files and you might find that you lose more than just the data. However, there are many reasons why just backing up information isn't always enough. For instance, if you use a laptop as well as a desktop computer, you might want to get your work files on to the laptop and back again when you've updated them from home.
SyncBack is a free tool that will enable you to either backup or synchronise your files. You could, for instance, use a remote FTP site as the destination (or holding point) for your work files, between office and home computer. You could then use SyncBack to sync files with the folder on the server and then from your laptop, when you get home.
Download SyncBack and evaluate for yourself.
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