The first part (Alloy Technologies) is fetched from the site display name which you can configure in the CMS admin mode under config - system settings - name of website, or in web.config/episerver.config under the episerver/sites/site/siteSettings node.
The "not for commercial use" part is simply because you are running on a non-commercial license like a developer license.
I see. So it's somehow related to the license we're using.
Sorry my first post wasn't clear.
During view mode the page title is "Our Website"
During admin/edit mode the page title is "Alloy Technologies - EPiServer CMS 6.1.379.0 (64 bit process) - NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE."
Where is it getting the "Alloy Technologies" Page title?
With our current setup, I was expecting it to be "Our Website - EPiServer CMS 6.1.379.0 (64 bit process) - NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE."
The "Our Website" part could come from anywhere, it depends on how your page templates have been coded. The Html title element could either be set more or less direcly in the page markup, or more likely the Page.Title property is set in the code somewhere.
The "Alloy Technologies" part on the admin/edit mode pages comes from the setting i described, unless the edit/admin mode have been customized somehow (with that title I doubt they have).