Stephen is an IT professional with several years of practical experience in provision of IT services to government/corporate bodies in Ghana and currently work with the ICT Directorate of University of Health and Allied Science as a Systems Analyst responsible for Enterprise Business Systems and Administrative Computing Unit.
He holds a Bachelor degree in Information Technology Education from the University of Education, Winneba, and a Master of Science in Information Technology, from Mahatma Gandhi University, India. He also studied Post Graduate in Cyber Law from the Asian School of Cyber Laws, India. He also took Pre-Master’s courses in MSc Business Information Systems from FHNW School of Business, Switzerland. Stephen has a number of industry specific professional qualifications; these are IT Project Professional (CompTIA Project+), IT Security Professional (CompTIA Security+), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), and Hewlett Packard (HP) Certified Professional.
Stephen joined the University of Health and Allied Sciences in 2014 as a Junior Systems Analyst and was assigned the duty to lead a team to developed and deployed the Active Directory Service for the University. Active Directory services is a Microsoft product that allows Systems Administrators, assign resources on a network to users, which is currently been use by senior administrative staff of the University. He was later moved to lead the deployment SAP Business One, when it became obvious that the project had run into difficulties and required the support of a System Analyst. The SAP Business One is an enterprise resource planning system made up of General Ledger, Accounts Receivables, Account Payable, Payroll, Procurement, Stores and Inventory Systems among others. He also designed a detailed enterprise logical network topology as part of a team showing all campuses, connecting devices, servers and services as a major requirement of African Network Information Center (AFRINIC) to enable the ICT directorate acquire a block of public IP address to solve the IP resource needs of the University. He was also part of the team that implemented and deployed academic management system currently used by the academic affairs directorate. He is a member of the ICT committee of the University to which he is the Secretary.
Before joining UHAS Stephen was, Systems Administrator/ICT Instructor at the Ho Polytechnic (Ho Technical University). He managed Local area networks, as well as provided technical support and advice on information technology and computing needs to the polytechnic community. Stephen was a member of the committee that was appointed to develop HND ICT and Computer Science Curriculum for the Department of Computer Science. He also designed and delivered short soft skills ICT training courses for some selected staffs and students of the polytechnic. He has also provided consultancy to a number of organizations and helped to meet their IT needs.
Professional Body Membership
Stephen Kwame Senaya is a member of several professional bodies – the Asian IT Professionals Network, CompTIA IT Professionals Community, Hewlett-Packard IT Professionals Association, Information Technology Association of Ghana, and Internet Society-Ghana Chapter among others.
His focus of research is in the areas of System Analysis and Design, Business Intelligence, Formal Methods, Cloud Computing, Ethical Computing, Security and Privacy and Social Computing.
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