I am responsible for managing the IT at a small company (5-10 workstations). One of the challenge is to handle backups. We already have a Linux server with a big HDD offsite, so this looks like the natural solution. This server is already backed-up to a couple of other locations through scripts I wrote for this purpose, so any backup there will be safe. But I have very few experience in backing up Windows and Mac workstations.
I am specifically looking for something dead simple (rsync + some reporting mechanism is what I use for Linux) as I don't want this to take too much time. The purpose is to back up the "My Document" directory incrementally.
I've looked into Bacula and Amanda but both seems overly complicated for such a simple setup - and I find the documentation lacking. I then stumbled over FreeFileSync which looks simple enough to setup in two minutes. It would just run at some fixed hour, connect to the server using SSH and sync modified/new/deleted files.
Does anyone has any experience with FreeFileSync? Any other tool I could try?
EDIT: The budget for this (apart for my wages) is about 0€.