If you are seeing this message you are using the same email address for two different Microsoft Services. It’s as frustrating as having two keys that look similar but unlock two different doors.
First some background. Your Microsoft Account is not your Business Office 365 account, they are two completely different accounts, one owned by you as an individual and the other manged by your company.
As with your home, your keys or password are the first line of defence to avoid access to your account.
While we can’t easily have one key that will open our house, car etc, this is easy to do in an online world as we create our own keys or passwords. Sharing the same password over multiple can have the same risk as misplacing a master […]
Where are you saving your files to, when you save to OneDrive?
That depends on whether you’re saving to your personal OneDrive account or to OneDrive for Business for your organisation.
Both are cloud based storage.
OneDrive – Personal – this account is linked to your Microsoft Account. Your Microsoft Account gives you a personal account with access to online office applications and cloud based storage for your […]
When you set up Windows 10 on a device you will be asked to set up an account; you will have several choices:
Set up a local log on account (use this if you prefer to have your logon credentials entirely separate from your online accounts)
Use your Microsoft Account to logon (use this if you want to be able to automatically sync files and browser history […]
You may have received an email from Microsoft about where your data is stored and moving data center regions. If you started using Office 365 before around April 2015, your data is stored in Singapore and Hong Kong
You have until October 31, 2016 to place a request for your data to be moved to the Australian data centre. After then it can’t and won’t be moved.