Who is GoDaddy owned by?
GoDaddy is a web hosting and internet domain registrar, and the main concern of GoDaddy Group Inc. Founded in 1997 by Bob Parsons, GoDaddy has become the world’s largest domain register company accredited by ICANN and has more than 40 million domain names under its management.
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What does Office 365 include GoDaddy?
Online Essentials is the most cost-effective version of Office 365 available, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote online only. Businesses also get 1 TB of secure online storage via OneDrive and 50 GB of storage for emails, contacts and calendars.
What is the purpose of GoDaddy?
GoDaddy is both a domain registrar AND a website hosting company — and we have the tools to help you build your website. This means you can register your domain name, build a website for it, and get it on the web – all in one place.
How do I transfer from Microsoft 365 to GoDaddy?
Here are the steps to change your subscription from GoDaddy to Microsoft:
- Back up your emails from GoDaddy.
- Remove your custom domain from the Essentials plan.
- Cancel (delete) your Office 365 plan in GoDaddy.
- Purchase an Office 365 plan from Microsoft directly.
- Add and verify your domain in Office 365.