There are some excellent cloud backup options available for Linux. Many of these services are also cross platform so if you have more than just a Linux machine that you want to backup you can probably find a service that can help you protect all your computers.
Read our SpiderOak review.
CrashPlan is the strongest unlimited cloud backup service for Linux. If you don’t want to worry about running out of space in your cloud backup CrashPlan is your best service to look at. Great for families that have multiple computers to backup on different operating systems.
Read our CrashPlan review.
AltDrive is a good all around backup service that will help protect your Linux system. It is unlimited and affordable and worth a look if you have 1 to 3 computers to backup.
Read our AltDrive review.
IBackup offers Linux backup through the use of scripts, so no pretty graphical user interface to get in the way. Great for the Linux users that are more comfortable with the command line.
Read our IBackup review.
Cyphertite is a newer service to look at for Linux users and looks promising. Unlimited and offers a high security option for keeping your data safely encrypted and safe.
Read our Cyphertite blog post.