Oh lol, like no SMB uses the cheap option because they dont need/cannot afford the Business or Enterprise options. The Chinese cloud gets back ups of photos etc, I also have copies of those photos& videos across 4 PCs and a NAS on two different sites (as well as the other clouds) I do need to sit down and tidy the archives up though, there is a lot of duplication between the English and Chinese language file titles. This is only a great offer to those how are brain-washed into thinking you need MicroGit to perform any PC task; I'll bet you use Adobe pdf reader as well. Dont bother answering, because I wont be reading.
It's Microsoft office HOME, nobody brought up companies/customers/GDPR until you did, which just serves to muddy the water and detract from what a great deal it was. Ah yes, out of the blue, in response to someone asking about libre office and cloud storage you said: "I hope you are meeting your GDPR requirements if this is customer data; MS will "help" you achieve it, but you still have to configure it yourself." I also love the fact you'll trust some Chinese social network with your data but not Microsoft. I'm not sure why I'm bothering though, haters gonna hate regardless.
Please reread, I said I hoped you DIDNT have customer data on there. EDIT. TBH, on reflection; I am not sure HOW much cloud storage I have; I dont really use it much, SWMBO uses more. One of the services is only in the GB range (I think, I havent checked the limit in a couple of years), another, that I thought was a Terrabyte size doesnt actually give a limit that I can see, but we have a few tens of GB on it; the third one has ~ 500GB on it, out of a possible 2TB. I realised we have another cloud service each via a Chinese social network, not got a clue what the storage is, but there is a daily limit of 2GB up/download; SWMBO uses it a lot, basically every media file she makes or receives on her phone or PC via this service has been auto backed up for over a decade, but I havent made any use of it in several years.
Regardless of your attempt to take us down a while new unpleasant track of discussion, I'm still not sure what the GDPR has to do with me storing my personal document, photos and music files in one drive, along with various phone and settings backups. Am I right you now claim to have 13Tb of free online cloud storage? Or will you actually admit you've got something pitiful in comparison?
I think after reading Yadiyada and Bilbob's well written responses, most would probably stop banging on about Microsoft but here we witness that sometimes rarely seen and beautiful stubbornness of someone that refuses to stand down regardless facts.