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

  • The In-House Data Center is Not Disappearing Anytime Soon!

    The In-House Data Center is Not Disappearing Anytime Soon!

    While there is an undeniable migration of many enteriprise capabilities to the Cloud, the in-house owned and operated data center is not going anywhere anytime soon. Uptime Institute has just announced the findings of its seventh annual Data Center Industry Survey. This survey examines key trends and developments that are shaping today’s IT infrastructure industry. The results
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  • Kepner-Tregoe brings advanced problem solving to ServiceNow Users

    Kepner-Tregoe brings advanced problem solving to ServiceNow Users

    Problem solving is a skill that is invaluable in business, particularly in the field of information Technology. Kepner-Tregoe has lead the way in problem solving methodologies for more than 50 years, and is heralding the development of a new problem solving simulation product during Knowledge17. Kepner-Tregoe is a Bronze level sponsor of the annual Service
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  • Large-Scale Telco Cloud Deployments Heading for Critical Mass by 2020

    Large-Scale Telco Cloud Deployments Heading for Critical Mass by 2020

    Technology is changing constantly, nowhere faster than in the telecommunications industry. Research carried out by ABI Research predicts that large-scale telco cloud deployments will reach global critical mass after 2020, in parallel with the deployment for 5G. This network generation will likely require a new core network to allow for advanced concepts, including network slicing
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  • Real Time Employee Performance Monitoring

    Real Time Employee Performance Monitoring

    Good for Business or Bad for Morale? As seemingly every part of the world becomes interconnected, whether through the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) or next week’s hottest technology, more apps are being developed for the boss to act like and be perceived as Big Brother. One of these is WorkPuls. It certainly
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  • Blockchain – Three Key Elements

    Blockchain – Three Key Elements

    Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology, is rapidly making its way into the enterprise, perhaps on its way to becoming as revolutionary a technology for business transactions as the internet was for communications in the late 1990s. In the supply chain and logistics industry alone, blockchain technology could potentially help save billions of dollars annually, significantly
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  • Networking and Storage Skills in Demand

    Networking and Storage Skills in Demand

    An annual salary survey by Dice®, a career site aimed technology professionals has shown that storage and networking skills have attracted salary increases in the past year. Industry-specific increases were highest in hospitality, Internet, manufacturing, consumer products and banking areas. Overall technology salaries in the U.S. were essentially flat year-over-year (-1%), at $92,081 annually from
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  • Cognitive Technology – The Future of HR?

    Cognitive Technology – The Future of HR?

    Cognitive technology has far reaching implications in Human Resources – from hiring through on-boarding to HR operations, employee engagement and performance. According to an IBM report, HR executives are already recognizing the impact of this technology. There are several key areas where cognitive capabilities can be leveraged in the new HR era. Recently, IBM Institute
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  • Selecting the Right Web Builder – A Hard Decision for Small Business

    Selecting the Right Web Builder – A Hard Decision for Small Business

    Small businesses will often look to build their own websites in order to reduce costs. There are a myriad of solutions available to choose from and business owners are struggling to select a platform they are comfortable with. Nearly 25 percent of DIY website builder users – those that use platforms like Squarespace and Wix
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