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As with almost anything related to tech, the office suite has become an advanced piece of software. While integral to businesses of all sizes, many components are often unused by most workers. There are a number of components that are used however, including security features. If you use Office 365, Microsoft’s cloud based office suite, you know that there are some robust security features, including the option to change your password every 90 days. This is a great way to help keep your work secure.
Here’s how you can change your password and update it on all your devices and programs.
Before the password expires
If you have set up Office 365 to prompt you to change your password on a regular basis, it should be changed. You will get reminders to do so, but sometimes you may miss the update notification. If you do, your password will expire. When this happens you will have to go to portal.microsoftonline.com and try to log in with your username and password. You should be given a message saying that your password has expired, along with a prompt to update it. Follow the steps to update your password, and be sure to follow steps four and five above.
There are many great features offered by Microsoft Office 365. If you are looking to update from an older version of Office and are interested in a great office software suite, please contact us, we can help.
Published on 18th December 2012 by Jeanne DeWitt.