Impact Of Cellphone Technology On Users by Dr. Robins E. Ezenezi

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Robins Ejike Ezenezi, Ph.D. is an innovator and consultant in the field of Information Systems Management, with an extensive background in Wireless Communications and Information Technology. Dr. Ezenezi attended in Walden University where he obtained his Doctorial Degree in Applied Management and Decision Sciences with Specialization in Information Systems Management (2010). Dr. Ezenezi attended in Strayer University where he obtained his Master’s Degree in Computer Communications Technology (2004), and where he also obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Networking (2002). Dr. Ezenezi’s most recent publication includes his international research on Impact Of Cellphone Technology On Users (Dissertation, 2010). Other works include The Minneapolis Bridge Collapse as a Case Study: Conflict Resolution & Negotiation (2010), and Information Technology and the Societal Development in Africa: A Review of Literature (2009). Dr. Ezenezi has 25 plus years of managerial experiences in the private work sector. His research interests are in the areas of prototyping methodology (systems development life cycle), decision support systems, quantitative or qualitative methodologies, computer crimes and forensics. He is especially interested in finding ways to improve the communication infrastructures and social responsible leadership in Africa countries. Dr. Ezenezi aims to bridge the gap between information systems management theory and practices. Dr. Ezenezi’s professional affiliations include memberships in Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society, Alpha Sigma Lambda (Iota Eta) National Honor Society, Applied Management and Decision Sciences, Walden University; and Member of the Association of Information Technology Professionals. Dr. Ezenezi currently resides in Washington, D.C.

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Published December 27, 2010 by Xlibris. 158 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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