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July 2012 #mvpbuzz #Microsoft

July 3, 2012 Leave a comment

below the list of MEA MVPs for July 2012:

 

Renewed MVPs

Influencer

Technical Expertise

Country/Region

Mustafa  Acungil

SQL Server

Turkey

Alon  Fliess

Visual C++

Israel

Pnina  Zinger

Project

Israel

Aviv  Liberman

Visio

Israel

Tarek  Majdalani

Forefront

Kuwait

Muhammad Imran  Khawar Bodla

SharePoint Server

Pakistan

Hakan  Uzuner

Directory Services

Turkey

Gokhan  Senyuz

Enterprise Security

Turkey

Shay  Levy

PowerShell

Israel

Ockert Johannes du Preez

Visual Basic

South Africa

Muhammad  Umair

Visual Basic

Saudi Arabia

Gail  Shaw

SQL Server

South Africa

Ali  Tahiri

Visual Studio ALM

Morocco

Michael (Micky) Avidan

Excel

Israel

Baki Onur Okutucu

Windows Expert-IT Pro

Turkey

Adil Ahmed Mughal

Visual C#

Pakistan

Alex  Golesh

Silverlight

Israel

Yaron  Naveh

Connected System Developer

Israel

Dylan  Haskins

Dynamics CRM

South Africa

Bechir  Gharbi

System Center Configuration Manager

Tunisia

Meir  Dudai

SQL Server

Israel

Ahmet Sertay  Halka

Connected System Developer

Turkey

Josh  Reuben

Technical Computing

Israel

Ronen  Chenn

SQL Server

Israel

Idan  Plotnik

Forefront

Israel

Mustafa  Kara

System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management

Turkey

Burak  Batur

SharePoint Server

Turkey

New MVPs

Influencer

Technical Expertise

Country/Region

Serkan  Varoglu

Exchange Server

Bermuda

Yaniv  Totshvili

Exchange Server

Israel

Retired MVPs

Sadly, we had to say goodbye to the following MVPs this cycle, but they stay on our watch list for possible nominations in the future.

Influencer

Technical Expertise

Country/Region

Ediz  Ozturk

System Center Configuration Manager

Turkey

Peter  Willmot

SQL Server

South Africa

Khalil ur Rehman  Khan

SharePoint Server

Pakistan

Erbug  Kaya

Expression Blend

Turkey

Mina  Nagy

Lync

Egypt

Alaa  Ajweh

App-V

Jordan

     

Fatih  Karaalioglu

System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management

Turkey

In addition, Turkish SQL Server MVP Turgay Sahtiyan is retired due to his recent employment at Microsoft MEA as a Senior Premier Field Engineer.

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#Microsoft Office 365 is now available in #UAE, #Kuwait, #Qatar, #South Africa, #Saudi Arabia, #Egypt and #Turkey

December 2, 2011 Leave a comment

We all know that O365 has been released in Europe and USA, now it is our time, Microsoft has launched the program in selected countries and trials of it could be tested.

   

Got this Message this morning and would like to share it with you

Microsoft is delighted to announce the availability of Office 365 trial services to its MVPs, partners and customers in UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Turkey.

Microsoft Office 365 brings together online versions of our trusted email and collaboration software* with our familiar Office Professional Plus suite; it is designed to help meet your needs for robust security, 24/7 reliability, and user productivity in the cloud.

If you are in these geographies we encourage you to try Office 365 by signing up on our trial page.  We are currently working on the web experience, the way to activate the trial properly is to go to these sites and select the “Free Trial” button.

 

Enjoy

Speaking on Wednesday 28/9 at Microsoft about VDI building blocks with #Microsoft,#Citrix & #Netapp #mvpbuzz #xendesktop

September 11, 2011 Leave a comment

next Wednesday I will speak at Microsoft hero event about VDI building blocks with Microsoft, Citrix and Netapp solutions.

the session will be level 300-350 going from design to implementation, the session content will be:

No Marketing stuff , it is All Hot technical materials. so Drink a lot of Coffee :), The session is for Arabic language speakers

 book your calendar, you can confirm your registration and share it on linedin or facebook:

Linkedin:  http://events.linkedin.com/VDI-Building-Blocks-Microsoft-Citrix/pub/785942

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=215307091861783

– Introduction to Desktop Virtualization and what does it mean.

– Benefits of VDI for corporates

– Building Blocks for VDI:

    • Understand Hypervisor Requirements, Hyper-v, SCVMM
    • Understand Connection Broker Requirements Xendesktop
    • Understand application delivery requirements (Terminal Services and Xenapp)
    • Understand VDI Type and OS Delivery Types.

– Get your VDI on the right track:

  • Sizing your Hypervisor correctly Including Memory, Processor and Storage.
  • Designing Operating System Delivery
  • Sizing your application delivery infrastructure
  • Sizing remote access and network
  • Storage optimization matrix for VDI deployments (De-duplication, Thin Provisioning and Snapshots)
  • Design backup and restore

– Lab for end to end solution implementation

See you there,

Register for my Second Arabic Webinar about Microsoft Exchange Server

February 22, 2011 Leave a comment

Due to the demonstrations and revolution was running in Egypt last month we didn’t manage to do the second session, we are back and you can meet me in the second session, you can register here, registration is mandatory but takes less than 30 second.

you can register here

see you.

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