JKUAT launches first local laptop in Kenyan market | Kenya Education Network
JKUAT launches first local laptop in Kenyan market. JKUAT launches first local laptop in Kenyan market. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), has rolled out Taifa Laptop to the Kenyan market. The computing device, conceived and designed under the TAIFA Brand, is a maiden product of the Nairobi Industrial and Technology Park (NITP), a subsidiary of JKUAT. JKUAT began pursuing the establishment of an industrial park/innovation centre in 2010 in order to nurture viable commercial e...
Core values | Kenya Education Network
In order to achieve the vision and mission, we will be guided by the following core values:. We shall nurture partnerships and collaborations of value to our members. We shall be guided by the principles of open access. The products and services we provide or promote. We shall promote gender, ethnic and university diversity in the recruitment of employees, capacity development and governance. We shall endeavor to be sustainable and competitive in the products and services we offer.
Capacity Building | Kenya Education Network
The KENET 2015 training calendar is out. This year, KENET plans to hold four (4) residential courses for the purpose of strengthening our member institutions technical capacity in both academic and research areas. The calendar and full details of the planned courses can be downloaded from the KENET website or by clicking on the link ( http:/ training.kenet.or.ke/index.php? 13th 17th April, 2015. Network Administrator/Engineers, ICT managers and Systems Administrators. Network Management and Monitoring/.
IST-Africa 2015 Conference, Lilongwe, Malawi | Kenya Education Network
IST-Africa 2015 Conference, Lilongwe, Malawi. IST-Africa 2015 Conference, Lilongwe, Malawi. In their speeches it was noted that there is need to harmonize ICT policies in Africa and there was need to improve internet connectivity in Africa. In addition there was need for community empowerment through digital technology and use of solar power to enhance computer learning in schools in rural areas in most of the Africa regions. Members were also encouraged to exchange ideas and extend research idea...The a...
KENET Strategic Plan | Kenya Education Network
The Kenya Education Network Trust (KENET) was formed in 1999 as a membership organization to serve higher education and research institutions in Kenya. It is recognized by the Government of Kenya as the National Research and Education Network (NREN). KENET is constituted and registered as a Trust. Under the Perpetual Succession Act. Its beneficiaries. Students, faculty and staff in the member institutions. It is governed by a Board of. Assisted by a Management Board. In January 2007, KENET launched a.
Broadband Services | Kenya Education Network
We provide fast, reliable and secure internet bandwidth services to connected member institutions at competitive and sustainable prices creating the best infrastructure needed for Education and Research in Kenya with unlimited bursting in the evenings and weekends. KENET is now distributing about to 10,000 Mb/s.
Board of Trustees | Kenya Education Network
The Current KENET Trustees are:. Dr Timothy Wachira is the Vice chancellor of Daystar University. He has a doctoral degree in Public Health from University of Nairobi. He also served as the Vice Chancellor St Paul’s University in 2004 to 2010. Mr Francis W. Wangusi is the Director-General of the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA). With over 20 years’ experience in the ICT Sector, Mr. Wangusi has previously served in various capacities at the then Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK). Prof Richard...
Contact Us | Kenya Education Network
Jomo Kenyatta Memorial Library. 30244 00100, Nairobi.
Research Services | Kenya Education Network
KENET provides cloud based shared services to its members such as; virtual hosting, co-location, email services, community research groups through mailing lists and e-learning services. In addition, KENET has set up advanced research infrastructures to assist researchers in accessing advanced repositories and databases globally. Kenyan researchers can now access the Africa Grid Science Gateway. An institution that needs a certificate in order to offer e-infrastructures, databases and open access reposito...