William Goddard

William Goddard is the founder and Chief Motivator at IT Chronicles. His passion for anything remotely associated with IT and the value it delivers to the business through people and technology is almost like a sickness. He gets it! And wants the world to understand the value of being a technology focused business in a technological world.

Latest from William Goddard

  • IT Reporting: 14 Must-Have Reports that Prove the Value of IT

    IT Reporting: 14 Must-Have Reports that Prove the Value of IT

    I hate to say it, but IT gets a bad rap. Technology has hugely significant business value, but CIOs and IT leaders are still struggling to show the value IT delivers to the entire organization – and it’s a problem. While many CIOs have successfully managed to move from back office support functions and are
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  • HR Reporting: The Must-Have Reports and Tools Companies Need to Deliver Value from HR

    HR Reporting: The Must-Have Reports and Tools Companies Need to Deliver Value from HR

    Today, HR reporting is crucial. HR reports provide both quantitative and qualitative information on employees, HR practices, and company trends – and this information is vital for informed decision making. Why? Because it’s almost impossible to make informed business decisions when HR stakeholders lack insight into their own organization. When done correctly, HR reporting solves
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  • Business Integration and What It Really Means

    Business Integration and What It Really Means

    Long before a business of any nature starts selling, transacting and doing business with customers, it must buy from, sell to, transact and do business with other businesses. Establishing trusted business relationships is indeed imperative when it comes to starting a company of any kind. But those business relationships, once established, must be managed effectively
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  • ITSM Frameworks: Search and Trends on Google

    ITSM Frameworks: Search and Trends on Google

    ITSM Frameworks: Search and Trends on Google Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) is very backbone of IT, and indeed the business at large. Encompassing all the activities, policies, and processes an organization uses for deploying, managing and improving IT service delivery, ITSM is the art of making a business run. The artists are the IT
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  • The Future of IT Operations

    The Future of IT Operations

    We are now living in a digital economy. Organizations all over the globe are turning their much of their focus away from producing physical assets, and towards designing and developing digital products and services that either complement or completely replace their physical predecessors. Digital transformation initiatives are at the very top of business agendas across
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  • 5 Ways to Reduce IT Costs

    5 Ways to Reduce IT Costs

    Rising IT costs are something that all businesses in the digital age are having to contend with. Why? Because the modern IT department is an innovator – the driving force behind digital transformations, and the creation of new products, services, and opportunities to connect with more customers. According to a new report by Gartner, released
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  • Data – The New Gold Rush for Businesses

    Data – The New Gold Rush for Businesses

    You’ve no doubt heard the cry many times already – “Data is the new gold!” And it’s true. Though of course not everybody loves data in the same way that people love gold in all its shiny allure and opulence, the analogy fits – especially when you consider the thousands if not millions of prospectors
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  • The Lack of Tech in Education Is Not Preparing Our Kids for the Future

    The Lack of Tech in Education Is Not Preparing Our Kids for the Future

    Why do we send our children to school? To get them out of the house, out of the way? No – because we entrust the educational system to teach them how to become responsible, productive citizens, and equip them with the skills and knowledge needed for adulthood. So, why the lack of tech in education?
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