For about 5 years now, I have run a Crashplan ProE (at the time, just Crashplan Pro) server at my office. It ran on a server here in town, then a remote server as well (for offsite backup). This server largely stalled out at version 3.6, and has worked quite well, but had limited storage, so we basically only backed up the bare necessities (Documents and Desktop, no pictures, music, videos, etc). Which, while fine, isn’t exactly what Journalism faculty expect when they generate a lot of photos, videos, etc. =/
However, a couple years ago, central campus had enough pressure to start up its own CrashPlan offering. They chose to utilize CrashPlan’s cloud storage offering, which is great. It meant unlimited storage, at the cost of about $90/user (with up to 5 computers per user).