To arrive at a fully secure Windows 10, with all its fantastic new security features in place, you must configure all your Windows computers for UEFI and SecureBoot. Although many systems that are running Windows 7 today are fully capable of being configured for UEFI and SecureBoot, Windows 7 did not fully support UEFI, and so many organizations are still running in the legacy BIOS mode.
It’s vital that you can automate this pivotal transition, but it’s just as important that you have the latest information and tools for doing so, and that you don’t leave the security of a single endpoint to chance.
This on-demand webinar features live demos on how to complete the BIOS-to-UEFI process fully, securely, and automatically.
Microsoft MVP & Senior Consultant, Onevinn
Senior consultant - Expert services, 1E