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This month's update focuses on a range of new and updated Microsoft Teams features and the Bookings with me scheduling tool.
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IT Service have launched the Microsoft Learning Pathways portal which gives all University staff and students access to official and up-to-date Microsoft 365 training content.
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The authenticator app may ask for permissions on your mobile device in order for the app to run. Please rest assured the IT Service does not have access to any additional or identifiable information. Account information such as your telephone number is processed for notification purposes only.
If you are concerned about the processing of your data please get in touch via the IT Service Desk.
This short video explains about the multi-factor authentication process and using your personal device:
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