Well, you could just configure a maintenance plan to backup the databases to disk. Each file will have a distinct name designated by date and time backup was executed. You can then copy these to one or more machines by adding a step to the job in that maintenance plan and doing an xcopy. Each backup is tracked in sysbackuphistory.
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