Remember the time when Linux was only meant for super intelligent geeks?
Everybody had heard about the operating system, but they had also heard it is hard to handle.
And that was true, once upon a time. Every module or hardware drive that you wanted was compiled.
But, a lot has changed in a decade.
That makes it one of the most important operating systems in the world.
It’s safe to say that Linux users have received the stick’s short end, since most backup methods require users to setup an FTP connection.
But that was a few years ago, and things are changing quickly.
Now, there are several cloud backup services available for Linux users that are both affordable and accessible.
Best Cloud Backup for Linux 2017
How This Article is Setup
Before we dive into the top five best cloud backup for Linux options, let’s first take a few moments to explain how this article is setup.
This article is not a review of each service, but clicking the “Read review” button under every provider will take you to a full review of the respective service, which I strongly recommend reading.
So, what is this article then, if not a review?
Well, what we have here is a quick summary about each online backup service, what we liked about them and a list of pros and cons.
So, what we’re dealing with here is a bunch of introductions and quick summaries of the top five best online backup services for Linux.
With full reviews attached.
Now, with that explanation out of the way, the show must go on!