This Week in Apps: The year’s best apps, 2020’s biggest downloads, the App Store’s newest hire

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry is as hot as ever, with a recor

Ivanti has acquired security firms MobileIron and Pulse Secure

IT security software company Ivanti has acquired two security companies: Enterprise mobile security firm MobileIron and corporate virtual network provider Pulse Secure. In a statement on Tuesday, Ivan

Storm Ventures just closed its sixth fund with $130 million

Storm Ventures, a now 19-year-old, Sand Hill Road venture firm in Menlo Park, Ca., has closed on $130.4 million, shows a new SEC filing. The outfit began its fundraising late last year, according to a

Google is launching a new digital store to sell cloud-based software

Google is launching a digital store that will offer cloud-based software to companies and other organizations. Bloomberg, which reported the news a bit earlier, notes the move is just the juggernaut's

Women of color at tech companies are few and far between

Thanks to an analysis of EEO-1 data by Reveal News, we have a clear picture of just how many women of color* (Native American, black, Latina, Asian, Pacific Islander or two or more races) work at majo

MobileIron adding IoT management to its arsenal

MobileIron, which went public in 2014, has been known mostly for helping large companies manage mobile devices, especially in a time when people tend to bring their own. Today it announced it was expa

MobileIron Posts Lower-Than-Expected FQ3 Loss Of $0.20 Per Share Off Revenue Of $38M

Following the bell, device management shop MobileIron announced its fiscal third quarter financial performance, including revenue of $38 million, and adjusted profit of negative $0.20. Using normal a

MobileIron Drops 6% After Beating On Revenue And Profit In Q2

After reporting an earnings beat earlier today, shares of mobile device management firm MobileIron fell roughly 6 percent during regular trading. The firm reported $34.8 million in revenue, resulti

Apple Taps MobileIron To Help It Deploy iPad Apps Into The Enterprise

Apple is working with mobile device management shop MobileIron to help deploy applications into the enterprise. The collaborative effort is part of a larger enterprise push by Apple that has it workin

A Relic, An Iron And The King Dish Their Financial Results To Wall Street

It's earnings season, which puts a bright light on newly and recently public technology firms' performances. Given that 2015 is widely expected to be an active year for IPOs, how are the new kids doin

MobileIron Wants To Be Your Cloud Content Security Umbrella

MobileIron is introducing a new Content Security Service (CSS) today that provides IT with a cloud security umbrella to set document protections across a variety of services, even when employees save

MobileIron Spikes 5% After Reporting Better Than Expected FQ3 Revenue, Lower Than Expected Loss

MobileIron is having a strong after-hours session, after it reported its fiscal third quarter financial performance, including non-GAAP revenue of $33.7 million, GAAP losses per share of $0.20, and no

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,

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

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'

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

<p dir="ltr"><a target="_blank" href="">MobileIron</a> is launching<a target="_blank" href=""> Anyware,</a> a service that gives Salesforce administra

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 defini