MobileIron

  • MobileIron Pops Following Positive Analyst Note

    MobileIron Pops Following Positive Analyst Note

    MobileIron, a recently public tech company that still loses money, is spiking today after Deutsche Bank reiterated a buy rating on its shares. The company, which focuses on mobile device management, according to the bank, should benefit from a boost stemming from companies moving off of BlackBerry. BlackBerry, a long-suffering mobile brand, could take a dent if Apple boosts… Read More

  • MobileIron Pops 7% After Reporting Bigger Than Expected Q2 Revenue Of $31.5M

    MobileIron Pops 7% After Reporting Bigger Than Expected Q2 Revenue Of $31.5M

    Today marks MobileIron’s first earnings report as a public company. In the second quarter, the mobile device management company had GAAP revenue of $31.5 million, a per-share loss of $0.66 on a GAAP basis, and $0.52 on a non-GAAP basis. The market had expected MobileIron to lose $0.70 on revenue of $26.84 million. MobileIron went public at $9 per share. After cracking the $11 mark… Read More

  • MobileIron Pops 17% In Public Debut

    MobileIron Pops 17% In Public Debut

    This morning the public markets welcomed MobileIron to the NASDAQ, sending its shares up 17.67 percent at the time of writing. MobileIron is a mobile-IT provider for large corporations. MobileIron’s IPO was viewed by some as a proxy for the larger technology markets, given its quickly expanding revenue in its most recent full-calendar year, as well as its deepening losses. Like a number… Read More

  • MobileIron Launches Anyware, A Service For Managing Apps And Devices Through Salesforce.com

    MobileIron Launches Anyware, A Service For Managing Apps And Devices Through Salesforce.com

    MobileIron is launching Anyware, a service that gives Salesforce administrators the ability to manage devices, provision them and give users access to a personal app store. With Anyware, a CRM administrator configures devices through an interface that MobileIron has abstracted of most of its complexity. Read More

  • The Enterprise Cool Kids

    The Enterprise Cool Kids

    No, this isn’t a guest column by Aaron Levie. Though he and his startup Box, the poster child of the “sexy enterprise,” are definitely included in the bunch. “You should definitely kick Aaron off the list. Just to mess with him,” Zendesk founder Mikkel Svane commented when he heard what we were writing. With VCs voting with their feet and eschewing consumer… Read More