Non-Server Best Backup Practice?
Later this month I'll be setting up a small office with several Macs for a client. One Mac will be running FileMaker Pro (not server) and sharing the database with the other Macs using "Instant Web Publishing". (If the office grows enough, I realize that it will need to switch to FileMaker Pro Server.) The database is an instance of the "Business Productivity Solution - Services Edition", with the six FileMaker files each split into logic and data files.
I'm looking for advice on a best backup practice. The command File > "Save A Copy As" doesn't seem suitable. For one thing, it only backs up one file at a time. I suppose I could write a script to back up each of the six files. But what about the "data" portions of those databases? "Save A Copy As" doesn't seem to deal with those.
My current plan is to have the user shut down the database at the end of the day and do a Finder copy of the folder containing the database files to a flash drive, then take the flash drive home. Is this approach the most reasonable? Are there better approaches?
Thanks for any advice.