KENET has released this years training calendar. These are all residential forums or courses for the purpose of building strengthening our technical and academic leadership communities.
Welcome to KENET
Kenya Education Network (KENET) is a National Research and Education Network that promotes the use of ICT in Teaching, Learning and Research in Higher Education Institutions in Kenya. KENET aims to interconnect all the Universities, Tertiary and Research Institutions in Kenya by setting up a cost effective and sustainable private network with high speed access to the global Internet. KENET also facilitates electronic communication among students and faculties in member institutions, share learning and teaching resources by collaboration in Research and Development of Educational content.
The Kenya National ICT master plan 2013/14 - 2017/18 has been launched . The master plan will help to create an enabling policy, legal and regulatory environment; provide e-government services that are simple to use and convenient for citizens and businesses; increase the productivity, efficiency and effectiveness of critical economic sectors; stimulate the setup and growth of ICT-related businesses to enhance employment creation; enable and scale up ICT innovation; and develop a dynamic and robust ICT sector that will enhance socio-economic growth.
KENET hosted the e-readiness dissemination workshop on March 25th, 2014 at the Pan Afric Hotel. This was the third e-readiness survey that KENET conducted.
KENET is conducting a 2-weeks intensive hands on training to network engineers and network administrators on the design and operation of large scalable campus networks for 5 days followed by a 5-day course on the design and operation of large campus wireless networks.
KENET conducted a one week cyber security training workshop from 11th to 14th March 2014. The training was a hands on training and had 23 participants. KENET had invited security consultants as part of the trainers as well members of the KENET CERT.
The Nairobi County governor officially launched the Schools Fiber Connectivity and FREE Internet Project on March 11, 2014 at Moi Girls High School, Nairobi in a big ceremony with up to eight secondary schools in Nairobi represented!