GoDaddy launches global cloud servers, cloud apps for pro developers

APACGoDaddy Inc. is expanding its hosting services this week with the launch of its worldwide Cloud Servers platform and Bitnami-powered Cloud Applications to help professional web developers who work with small businesses. The Scottsdale-based web hosting company is always trying to make it easier for anyone to manage their company online, whether it’s the small business themselves or the professional hired to do the work, said Jeff King, GoDaddy’s senior vice president and general manager of hosting and security.

GoDaddy focuses on ‘happiness resolution’ as it announces Asian expansion

APACEnterprise Innovation — Technology provider GoDaddy Inc. is now in 11 new Asian markets, bringing its reach to 14 markets and its services available in 10 languages in Asia. GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving was in town last week to share about his company’s expansion plans, as well as to announce the addition of .cn to its domain lineup. In Asia, Irving spoke about the company’s expansion efforts in India, which we reported on last July.

GoDaddy launches in 11 more APAC markets

APACTelecom Asia — Small business technology services provider GoDaddy has expanded further into Asia, launching in 11 more markets including Hong Kong. The company has launched its suite of cloud-based products for SMEs across the region. With the launch GoDaddy services are now available in 14 Asian markets, also including Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

GoDaddy brings cloud SMB services to Asia, but not China yet

APACZDNet — GoDaddy has extended its cloud-based offerings for small businesses to 11 markets in Asia, but is still holding back on China until it figures out the best way to address the potentially lucrative market. The Arizona, US-based vendor this week launched in several Asian economies including Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Japan, offering support for local customers as well as languages.

GoDaddy Seeks Chinese Domain Name Buyers

ChinaChina Tech News —, one of the largest top-level domain name sellers in the United States, is aiming for more Chinese business in a new marketing effort. The company has emailed current domain name clients who have publicly-listed Whois Lookup data emanating from China about the new service.

GoDaddy Seeks Chinese Domain Name Buyers

GoDaddy Celebrates Its Second Anniversary In India

GURGAON: GoDaddy, the world’s largest technology provider dedicated to small businesses, today announced the completion of its second year of operations in India. The company has already exhibited phenomenal success in the market. Providing stellar customer care is at the core of GoDaddy’s global strategy. “With millions of small businesses forming the backbone of India’s economy, it is a very exciting market for us. We believe small businesses will continue to drive Internet penetration in India, and we will continue to make the Web relevant for them,” said Rajiv Sodhi, Vice President and Managing Director, GoDaddy India.