To protect you and your company’s data, MiCloud uses Enterprise-grade account security. MiCloud enables you to log in using your existing enterprise account, or create your own.

Supported Login Providers

  • Microsoft Azure AD / Office 365
  • Microsoft Account
  • Google Account
  • MiCloud Account

Logging In

To access MiCloud, click the login button on the menu. On the login page, select your provider. Then, using your login provider’s secure sign in form, enter your user credentials (name and password).

MiCloud receives your secure login credentials and logs you in. Each login session lasts for a maximum of 8 hours. You can access an active session, using the same browser, anytime without having to log in. However, when a session expires, you’ll need to log back in.

Requesting MiCloud Access

If you do not have a MiCloud account, please contact your organisation’s MiCloud administrator and request access. Your MiCloud administrator needs to create and send you an account invitation to your specified email address. Your account invitation email contains a registration code. When logging in for the first time, you need to complete the MiCloud registration and enter your registration code.

Once the registration process is complete, the registration code is no longer required.

Using Multiple Providers

If you have multiple providers, e.g. Microsoft and Google, MiCloud allows you to use both. Complete the registration process for the first account then ask your MiCloud administrator to reinvite you. You will receive a new registration code to your specified email address. Simply repeat the registration process using the new registration code. You still only have one MiCloud account. However, you can use multiple login providers to gain access.