Use local server as cache for off-line file access and on-premise backups
Most businesses cannot forego the use of local file server storage. They want offline access to files, they need their storage to be compatible with Line of Business (LOB) software and they need local networking speeds.
By providing a "local OneDrive cache" that can run on a Windows Server, customers would be able to benefit from local network performance and offline (no internet) access to shared files. Maybe more importantly, businesses could backup their OneDrive data through their regular backups software therefore getting rid of three major business objections in one go and paving the way for wider adoption.
Ideally, all local operations (on-net) would run on the local file server and then be asynchronously replicated to OneDrive. That's exactly what EGnyte does and they offer a killer file storage cloud product for businesses.
I see that opening an "off-line" Word doc and then saving it has it being saved directly to the "cloud". This has caused a "loss of work" for several times. When the file is opened from an off-line location, it should behave primarily as an off-line file and only synced after-wards.
If the behavior remains asprimarily an online service with these data issues, a different solution (that works to protect my work) will have to be found and the promise of "SkyDrive" aka "OneDrive" will need to reevaluated.
I've even looked into using CloudBacko pro but I have no experience with that. Just not sure what to go with and wanted to see what you guys would recommend. leaving a link below just check. http://www.cloudbacko.com/