About MS3arab Community!


Who Are We?

Set of cooperative Industry Geeks who targets cooperating with community to avail high-end sessions to the Microsoft technical community in Arabic.

Who are MS3arab Co-Founders?

  • Ahmed Bahaa, Ph.D, MVP, and RD
  • Ayman El-Hattab, MVP.
  • Mohamed Rafaat Samy.
  • Mohamed Bahaa, M.Sc.
  • Mahmoud Ghoz.
  • Shady Naguib

Other Key Members

  • Marwan Tarek, MVP –SharePoint
  • Sharif Talaat, MVP –Windows Power Shell
  • Mahmoud Magdy, MVP –Exchange.
  • Mohamed Aamer
  • Mohamed Yehia.

Our Target Audience

  • Working Professionals.
  • Enterprise Workers

Our Host



Our Gatherings

  • When :On Monthly Basis, Last Wednesday of the Month (6:30 –9:30)
  • Where : EBI
  • How: Each gathering will include 2 sessions (2 X 75Min.)
  • Always Check Prerequisites before attending

Connect With Us

Facebook Group (MS3arab)
Facebook Fan page (MS3arab)
Twitter (MS3arab)



Microsoft leading the Magic Quadrant for Social Software in the Workplace through SharePoint

Microsoft moved forward considerably on the 2010 Social Software for the Workplace Magic Quadrant.  Microsoft maintained its #1 position on the Ability to Execute axis and moved forward rather substantially on the Completeness of Vision axis, overtaking IBM 3and several other competitors there and coming very close to Jive.

Also it’s worth mentioning that there are two competitors who are NOT present in the 2010 Social Software for the Workplace MQ: Google and Cisco.

Google was dropped from this Magic Quadrant for 2010 due to the demise of Wave and Gartner’s lack of confidence in Google’s commitment to the enterprise.  Cisco, on the other hand, despite a year of heavy marketing of Quad to analysts and customer elites failed to meet the bar for market presence.

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PDC Cairo Local Event / MS3arab Community Launch in photos!

PDC Cairo Local Event/MS3arab Community Launch was phenomenal with great enthusiastic attendees and speakers. I would like to thank all those who participated in making this happens (including Egyptian MSP’s). I would like to leave you for now with some photos from the event.



I have received some questions via mail about the new community (MS3arab), the process of registration and more. I’ll leave this to another detailed post, stay tuned ….