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Office 365 Multi Factor Authentication

Businesses are moving to the cloud platform at a very fast pace. Just to give you an example – Microsoft expects two-thirds of its Office business customers will have moved to the cloud by fiscal year 2019.

Look at the hugely popular platforms – Office 365, Dropbox, Google. Many applications attract hackers looking for security weaknesses. Almost all online accounts use password authentication, i.e. a one-factor authentication method. This makes MFA the most important security measure to protect the world’s most used SaaS business system. MFA requires the password and one more verification method when signing in to software that has important business data.

Click on the link below to read about Office 365 MFA

This link explains the setup for multi-factor authentication

If you’re looking for more information about Office 365 Multi-Factor Authentication, or have questions about Office 365 in general, please contact us!