Office 365 Licensing

E-Tech Solutions as a Microsoft silver partner can supply Office 365 licensing at a very competitive cost to your  business, we can also help you migrate your current E-mail system to Office 365, Once migrated we will train your company to administer your accounts so you can get the best secure experience with compromise. 

Please note that the Customer has sole responsibility  for the security of office 365 at all times but we can advise on how this can be done in a none technical way with no extra cost to the end user, technologies like MFA are free, easy for the end user to set up and make your office 365 experience filly secure.

 

 
Password security Advice 

It is good practice to change email passwords occasionally. Sometimes,E-Tech may ask you to change passwords if we suspect that a third party has compromised your account. If you have forgotten your password, we can force a password change.

  • Users are responsible for their passwords at all times. If we force a password change, users should log in to their email accounts and overwrite forced password changes with passwords of their own. Good passwords include:
  • 8-15 characters
  • Capital letters
  • Numbers
  • Special characters

Email passwords cannot be changed using your desktop version of Outlook. To change your email account password, login to your Office 365 online control panel with your email address and existing password with a web browser like Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome.

There is more than one way to change passwords in Office 365. For instance, users can log into http://portal.office365.com and locate settings from the portal home page. Users are familiar with Outlook Web Access, so the tutorial here should be a convenient method.

Read this article first before you begin. Click open each step below to understand the steps you need to follow. If you need to contact us to force a password for you, get in touch with your usual network administrator or contact us using the information on our contact page.

 

 

 

Page last edited Dec 2015