Well like most of you I've heard lots of stories of company's still using old equipment. One such story I remember was of a certain telecommunications company that had a major fault for several hours because one of their 386's had died.
But yesterday just by chance, I was going to the lift, and caught a man in a suit from a large technology company red handed, he was moving a good condition NEC Powermate 286 between floors. I checked, and yeah they certainly do use it and it still works! It just blows my mind that in 23 years they never replaced it, not even with a $5 Pentium IV unit...
Just wanted to share that, I never thought I'd find a semi-vintage machine like that in the lobby of my office being moved. The oldest I've found in my office was a Pentium (which I ran off with).
Now I just need to try and pry it from them, because my Powermate 286 needs a hard reset before it'll boot