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John Okoye

Originally from New Jersey, John Okoye moved to New York City at the age of 17, where he attended New York University. After receiving a bachelor's degree in economics, Okoye quickly found his calling in writing. He has spent many years writing and editing articles for various online magazines, publications and blogs.
Recent Articles by John Okoye

How Mobile Computing Changed Business Strategy

In response to the growing demand for mobile, tech companies are realigning their approach to products. So how far will the mobile revolution go? Find out more about how far it's come here.

Social Media Networks: Who's Using Them?

Social networks represent a drastic and rapid change in the way we connect with each other. Perhaps what's most interesting is the demographics that show who's using what.

5 Ways to Protect Online Privacy

Maintaining online privacy and security is something everyone can take into their own hands - to some extent. Here are five top ways to protect yours.

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  • Being digital should be of more interest than being electronic.
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