”Remember one thing: Knowledge is Power!” This is Juan Stroh’s advice to all students at CTU. This is also the path that he followed to success, to go from outgoing, adventurist, student life to successful full time system engineer and manager.
Juan Stroh was introduced to CTU in 2006 and became a proud full time student at CTU Bloemfontein in 2007. He completed his studies in MCDBA, MCP, MCSE and Project Management with honours.
He enjoyed every possible aspect of student life. He made sure that every second count and that every moment would be a memorable one. And in between all of that, CTU molded him into a powerful knowledge-filled hard working individual, preparing him for the professional world.
Soon after his studies a well known international company, Dimension Data employed him as a full time system engineer, managing and maintaining servers. He has developed into a reliable, hard working and honourable individual whom his company is proud of having on as one of their permanent staff members.
Dimension Data Dimension Data is a specialist IT services and solutions provider with over 28 years experience helping companies achieve business improvements through custom-designed and integrated technology solutions and services.
Their core competency is their skill in connecting businesses, their customers, partners and suppliers over local and wide area networks. They have developed this networking experience over the past 25 years, helping leading global brands to communicate and share information. Building on this knowledge base, their business has expanded into several other technology competencies that have a critical reliance on the network. They help their clients take advantage of advances and changes in technology to improve their business performance.
Their networking heritage differentiates them from competitors. They are industry-recognised experts in network-reliant technologies like IP telephony, security, operating environments, storage, and contact centre technologies.
Even though Juan is well on his way to success, he always stays grounded and remembers his routes. There for he tries to encourage as many young students as possible by saying:
”Remember one thing: Knowledge is Power!”