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Webcast: Office 365 sign-in with Multi-Factor Authentication

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In this video you will learn about how Office 365 now includes support for Windows Azure Multi-Factor Authentication, where the second authentication factor is a cell phone. The video will show how Office 365 customers can take advantage of Multi-Factor Authentication and covers configuration, enrollment and usage by those with devices enabled for Multi-Factor Authentication.

Presenter: Paul Andrew has a background in software development and technical integration consulting, and has worked on SharePoint and Office 365 since 2007. He is the product manager for Identity Management on Office 365, which includes product planning, liaising between development teams, partner programs and feature launches.

Office 365 support webcasts are a critical program for relieving support issues and encouraging foundation technical readiness. Webcasts are free of charge and are a great opportunity to have conversations with Microsoft employees and get your questions answered.

If you have questions regarding this webcast, please contact the Ignite team.

For more information on future Office 365 webcasts, visit the Ignite website.


 

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