KENET has organized Network Management and Monitoring/BMO residential hands-on training in the week of July 27-31, 2015. This is part of KENET's mandate to provide capacity building to member institutions. This is an advanced course for experienced network engineers/network administrators and system administrators.
The course is designed to provide necessary skills of managing and monitoring bandwidth usage on the campus network. The course will provide skills of bandwidth management principles within a campus environment and development and implementation of bandwidth policies.
The 1st Annual University ICT Directors Forum took place on April 10, 2015 at the Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi. The theme of the forum was, “Measuring and Communicating the Value of ICT to Senior Leadership of Universities and University Colleges. A total of 68 participants (ICT Directors, Invited Guests, KENET Management Board members and KENET Staff) attended the forum representing 52 KENET member institutions.
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence” – Hellen Keller . The cancellation of the Letter of Interim Authority for Presbyterian University of Eastern Africa (PUEA), Commission for University Education (CUE) warnings to Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) and Kenya Methodist University (KEMU), the closure of close to 14 university campuses in 2017, the reduced number of 2017 KCSE candidates eligible for direct university admissions appears to suggest that there is reason for the university leadership to be alarmed.