The problems that can come with accepting used computers and peripherals are common knowledge by now. Most tech support staff members, teachers, and administrators know that old machines frequently break down, require time-consuming maintenance, don't have multimedia capabilities, and sometimes don't run current software or fit into a school's network properly. In short, they usually aren't worth the trouble.

But how do you say no to companies or organizations that are offering "valuable" used equipment,...

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