Just a hint from someone who's been there. We had a few staff changes in the past, and found that backups were not being done properly (overwritten tapes and floppies). To safeguard the PCPlus data, I started bringing my USB powered ZIP drive to church with me on Sunday, along with my Bible.
I have two ZIP disks I use to backup. One stays in the money drop safe at church, the other comes home with me as an offsite backup. In this way, we always have a backup, and we would only have to reenter data from the previous Sunday if something happened.
I've also insured that our 30GB tape backup has been setup to do a weekly full backup, and daily changed files backups. This covers our server, along with all connected PCs, and insures all files are covered. This is another tape I make sure is switched out weekly, and the most current comes home with me as an offsite.
May seem redundant in the case of PCPlus data being backed up in two separate places, but if a weekly tape goes south I still have the ZIP backup to restore with. Not to mention I have weekly backups from over two years in storage in case membership data should not have been changed or deleted.
Connellsville Presbyterian Church
Using PC+ since 1999.