On August 1, 2015 KENET launched new web and video conference services. The services are expected to support collaboration among faculty and researchers, facilitate meetings by the KENET community staff, promote online capacity building workshops and teaching online courses.
KENET conducted a successful Network Management and Bandwidth Monitoring Training from, 28th July to August 1, 2015. The training was conducted at the KENET Training room located at University of Nairobi. The class had 25 participants from 24 KENET member institutions. The training was funded by Google and KENET.
KENET in collaboration with TENET, the National Research and Education Network for South Africa has deployed a Vidyo video conferencing system for its member institutions. The use of this system enables low cost scalable multipoint video communication to; desktops, mobile phones and room system end points across general purpose IP networks. It also supports other legacy devices such as Polycom and CISCO Video Conference systems.