GoDadddy CTO and cloud VP heads to Google

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 11:53 PM

Elissa Murphy will be leaving the company later in May. Her departure comes as GoDaddy has begun building out cloud infrastructure, helping it evolve from a ordinary hosting service to something more robust.

GoDadddy CTO and cloud VP heads to Google

GoDaddy’s chief technology officer — amid a time when the company is expanding its cloud-computing operations — is departing, according to a regulatory filing.

Elissa Murphy will be leaving the company later in May. Her departure comes as GoDaddy has begun building out cloud infrastructure, helping it evolve from a ordinary hosting service to something more robust. These kinds of tools assistance convince tiny businesses to adhere around with GoDaddy services, rather than just register and host a domain.

To be sure, executive departures happen — particularly as companies grow and go public. But it’s still an fascinating time for her to leave given the company’s expansion into cloud services.

According to a statement provided to Fortune, Murphy is joining Google. Chief information and infrastructure officer Arne Josefberg will get over, according to Fortune — giving him a beautiful necessary work for the recently-public company that's to discover ways to widen its core business. There are number hints as to what she’ll be doing at Google, but Google too has been winning huge clients for its cloud service, including recently Spotify.

GoDaddy has had somewhat of a rocky year, share-wise. But so far, on the year shares are up around twenty% — signaling that, whatever the company is doing, it seems to be working and growing. Income for the company was up fourteen percent in the fourth quarter year-over-year, and latest quarter beat analyst expectations.

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Still, if the company is going to continue growing, it's to discover new lines of business — which means expanding into new areas that give tiny businesses tools that create them wish to adhere with GoDaddy, rather than emotional to other services.

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