Need to rethink file size limits for uploading to OneDrive
Microsoft needs to change the file size limits of files uploaded to OneDrive. As tech support for our Church, I'd like to be able to store backups on OneDrive. The file size limit, however, is too small to do that.
Apparently even Microsoft doesn't know what it's limit is. I've complained about this for over a year. We bought Office365 and, for most things, it's great. For OneDrive uploading, it sucks. Apparently even Microsoft techs don't have a clue. The first tech I contacted said the limit was 15 GB. Another said it was 20 GB, and a third said it was 25 GB. As a test, I tried to upload a 32 GB backup file last week and it said I couldn't do it because it exceeded the 30 GB limit ... a number that didn't match any I was given.
Office365 gives each user 1 TB of storage. Each user have the capability to upload any file size up to 1 TB if they choose.
Other 'players' in the cloud storage service area don't have this restriction. Why does Microsoft? Not as good?