Jefferies, a global investment bank and institutional securities firm, is deploying MobileIron Access to provide employees with secure access to Microsoft Office 365.
Jefferies is using MobileIron Access security solution in order to protect business data on mobile devices, apps and cloud services. Also, Jefferies can provide single sign on (SSO) via certificates to make it easy for employees to connect with cloud apps.
“MobileIron understood our security needs and provided a seamless integration to improve safeguards for our enterprise while offering employees access to Microsoft Office 365,” said Jerry Kowalski, deputy chief information security officer at Jefferies.
MobileIron Access launched with integrations to many of the most widely used enterprise cloud apps, including ones like Box, G Suite, Microsoft Office 365, and Salesforce.
“Working with financial institutions, such as Jefferies, we understand how critical enterprise security is,” said Simon Biddiscombe, CEO of MobileIron.
Meanwhile, MobileIron announced the appointment of Greg Randolph as senior vice president Worldwide Sales — responsible for all company revenue and routes to market globally.
Prior to joining MobileIron, Greg Randolph worked at CA Technologies, serving most recently as the SVP & GM of Global Sales for CA Technologies Enterprise Cyber Security business. His responsibilities included go-to-market strategy and execution as well as new product direction and acquisition.
Prior to joining CA Technologies, Greg Randolph spent more than 10 years at Consonus Technologies culminating in VP of Sales responsible for all field and inside sales across the company.
Greg Randolph received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
MobileIron posted revenue of $42.7 million (+2.8 percent) and net loss per share of $0.18 in its third quarter ended September 30, 2017.