KIU, Main Campus - KIU Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Finance and Administration, Dr. Janice Busingye has commended RENU for enabling research and education collaboration. While appearing on a live talk show on NTV on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, she said that the network has been wonderful for KIU.
During the show which ran under the theme, “RENU’s 15 years of enabling Research and Education Collaboration”, Dr. Busingye said that the network helped KIU cut costs by 80% and allowed the enjoyment of fast internet connectivity with different packages for individuals.
‘’Getting on the RENU network cut our costs by 80% and allowed us enjoy fast internet connectivity. Another good thing is that they have different packages for individuals and it has been wonderful for us at KIU,’’ Dr Busingye revealed.
‘’RENU provides one of the best customer services, you can call them and they troubleshoot for you and also give you feedback. If you are paying for internet, you will attain it hassle-free and at a very high speed,’’ she added.
The other panelists on the show hosted by Romeo Busiku were John Kitayimbwa, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic Affairs, Uganda Christian University and Mr. Lloyd Ssentongo, IT manager Rakai Health Service Program.
Research and Education Network for Uganda (RENU) is a not-for-profit National Research and Education Network (NREN) that offers affordable services uniquely designed to enable collaboration among its member institutions and their global partners.