Computers for kids scheme gets Reboot

Computers for kids scheme gets Reboot

Reboot PC Logistics has given schools a helping hand by sponsoring the Australian Government Department of Education, Science and Training's Computer Technology for Schools (CTFS) project.

This will see second-hand PC equipment from the government distributed to both public and private schools free of charge.

The new partnership will see Reboot provide free warehousing, handling and storage for 5000 pieces of donated equipment in Sydney worth $50,000. The reseller's clients are also being given the opportunity to donate unwanted computer hardware to the cause.

"There is tremendous demand for computers in schools in Australia and many can make good use of older technology no longer needed by government and corporate users," Reboot general manager, Alex Rogers, said. "Reboot specialises in refurbishing and selling used computers, so this project was an obvious fit to our business."

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