Our feature roundup contains curated highlights from the Microsoft 365 roadmap to help you identify value-adding tools and features that can help to improve the way you work.
We’re pleased to announce the launch of our monthly Microsoft 365 roundup. Our feature round up is designed to help you stay up-to-date with the latest features and changes to the Microsoft 365 apps.
This month's update focuses on a range of new and updated Microsoft Teams features and the Bookings with me scheduling tool.
If you’re a new student starting with us this year or even a returning student wanting to find out more […]
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.
Once you’ve registered for Multi-Factor Authentication you can reset your password 24/7 without having to contact the IT Service Desk, using Microsoft’s in-built self-service password reset functionality.
You can reset your password from any University PC by selecting the ‘Reset Password’ option from the login screen.
If you use a University laptop off-site you can change your password by going to https://passwordreset.microsoftonline.com/ and enter your email address and verify the security information on screen.
You will then be prompted to verify your Multi-Factor Authentication information and set a new password.
Once you have changed your password you will still need to sign into your device using your old password until you connect your laptop to the corporate network using VPN or by going on-campus and connecting the laptop to the corporate network via a wired connection.
You will still need to login to any online services using your new password.
If you use a personal device off-site you can change your password by going to https://passwordreset.microsoftonline.com/ and enter your email address and verify the security information on screen.