In the field, I copy from various media (Red Mini Mags, CF, SD, micro SD and CFast 2.0 card to portable SSD (G-DRIVE PRO SSD) directly. Then I copy another backup to my G-RAID Shuttle 4 or to the G-RAID Shuttle 8. Both of those storage units are copied to the G-RAID Shuttle 8s back at the office, which are tied to my cloud account. All of the incoming assets are backed up to the cloud from my LA office. The cloud data is then synced to yet another G-RAID Shuttle in NYC for redundancy automatically. At the office, I will work on the G-RAID Shuttles as my scratch disk. A few months after a project is completed, the data is copied off the G-DRIVE PRO SSDs to G-RAID Shuttle 8s called Visuals ONLINE. After a year or so, I copy them off onto older Thunderbolt 2 G-SPEED Shuttle XL devices, which serve as my archive. I have more than 320TB2 online in my office with my only Shuttle SSD syncing with the cloud 24/7. My Thunderbolt 3 and Thunderbolt 2 G-RAID Shuttles are turned on as needed since they heat up my room. I have a total of 6 Shuttle 8s in my office. I use the G-DRIVE PRO SSD to deliver the data and to travel with if I need to edit on the go on my laptop.