Exactly. Even at $20/mo, there are approximately 0 consumers on earth who are going to pay $240/yr to essentially use Windows. But a business? That's a easy tax write-off, and saves them from having to buy a more expensive depreciating asset.From a business perspective this makes sense. If you have hundreds of employees that access documents from multiple computers it makes sense. Have stuff in the cloud is very convenient and businesses have different rights than individuals so someone like IBM is safer handing over their information to MS than you or me.
For the few times a year I need type something up or make some type of office document I use Libre Office.
All this interest is 100% IT departments just checking things out so that they can give the 'yay/nay' to their bosses when inevitably asked about this as an option.