Microsoft is planning to enable Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) directly in its Outlook app for many 365 business users.

MFA is a vital tool to help protect your accounts from cyber criminals. It works by generating a second, single-use passcode every time you login.

Normally, this code is retrieved from a separate authenticator app.

But Microsoft knows that time is money so they are cutting out the middleman and launching "authenticator lite" which will allow users to perform MFA within the Outlook app itself.

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