BIOS has been with us for roughly 30 years now, quietly sitting on millions of motherboards and providing the most essential functionality: to boot-up PCs. Its reign is slowly declining, though, as a successor emerges. Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is finding its way onto a rising number of computers. The new firmware interface offers a much more versatile approach to today’s hardware and IT demands – and this is where BIOS fails. Here’s all you need to know about possible benefits for your company's IT fleet and if it’s worth investing in hardware equipped with UEFI.