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Mohamed Alaaeldin Mostafa

Solutions Architect Manager

Amazon Web Services

Mohamed Alaaeldin Mostafa is a Solutions Architect Manager at AWS Public Sector Territory SA in MEA. He holds degrees in Computer Science and Business Administration and brings over 21 years of experience with Microsoft. His career spans R&D, development tools, and consulting, with a strong focus on driving Microsoft's Azure business in MEA since 2012. Mohamed has a track record of leading strategic projects, earning accolades like the WW Platinum Club Award in FY16. His recent role involved managing Azure Cloud Solutions Architects and building Azure Partners' capacity in Apps & Infra across the Middle East & Africa region.
Moving to the sales world, I joined the Microsoft MEA incubation team, and was responsible for the Identity and access in MEA, and then for the Azure business in Gulf, Saudi and South Africa since the release of the service in MEA, as the Azure Solution Specialist (MEA).
I was the Azure Principal Solution Specialist running the HiPo motion in Gulf and Saudi, driving the Azure business with some of the biggest and most strategic customers in the region, where I was awarded the WW Platinum Club Award in FY16, and before my current role, I spent a year as a Technical Sales Manager managing the Azure Cloud Solutions Architects in the Gulf region, and lately was the Regional Partner Technology Manager in Middle East & Africa, leading a team of Cloud Solution Architects, responsible for building Azure Partners capacity in Apps & Infra across the region.
I participated in building Microsoft’s Azure market share in MEA since it was launched in the year 2012.



31 October, 2023 | 10:55 to 11:40
Framework for the Future: How Advancements in Security, Data Accessibility, and Artificial Intelligence are Transforming Personalized Education and Workforce Readiness

The session explores the role of technology in education and workforce preparedness. Guided by moderator Sam Sale, panellists include Waseem Eid, EdTech pioneer from PowerSchool, Joseph Nettikaden from Esol Education and Romy Backus from American School of Dubai, and Mohamed Alaaeldin Mostafa from Amazon Web Services. The dialogue will explore AI's role in student success, the transformative impact of data in shaping educational trajectories, and the significant importance of security. Key points include: -The significance of security measures in global EdTech ecosystems (K-12 EdTech Secure by Design pledge) -Investing in cybersecurity to protect customers (1 billion cyber-attacks -PowerSchool) -Maintaining data protection high standards (AWS) -Data accessibility and efficient use of data for assessing student performance -Personalized education and teacher efficiency.