A bold new vision requires a bold new brand

A company’s brand is never “done.” Just as mobile technology and the needs of our customers continually evolve, so does our brand promise. Since our founding in 2007, MobileIron has always worked to grow as a company and embrace where the industry is today — all while continuing to lead it.

Our brand is no different, and we are thrilled to announce our refresh along with our new vision to provide secure access to the enterprise through the world’s most ubiquitous product — the mobile device.

We believe that a brand refresh is a sign of change and growth to our employees, the industry, our customers, and our shareholders. We have a bold new vision focused on unleashing enterprise productivity so people can work they way they want to — without limits and passwords.

This bold and optimistic vision not only drives our technology, but also our brand.

What our new brand means to you

MobileIron has traditionally been viewed as an MDM vendor. With the next wave of mobile, we want to make a clear statement about our leadership role at the center of enterprise security and embrace our love of mobile and our company’s heritage.  The brand refresh signals that we are confidently leading the way forward for our entire industry. It speaks to the untapped power of bringing together people and technology — and above all, what can happen when security is treated as an enabler instead of a problem. It’s all about our belief in what can be achieved when we all work together to solve problems and embolden creativity wherever we live, work, and play, on any device.

Securely and without limits.

Take a look around and let us know what you think.

Rhonda Shantz

Chief Marketing Officer

About the author

Rhonda’s team is responsible for implementing high-impact targeted programs that drive pipeline and increase revenue. She brings over 25 years of experience driving revenue growth at cybersecurity and enterprise businesses, creating strategy for category development and market disruption, and executing digital transformations. Prior to MobileIron, Rhonda served as CMO at Centrify, where she led a rapid transformation in marketing and sales to an account-based targeting strategy, increased the pipeline two-fold, shifted the go-to-market strategy including product packaging and pricing, and repositioned the company to become a leader in the zero-trust category.

Rhonda also held leadership roles at Rocket Fuel, Symantec, and Porter Novelli where she drove strategies around category development, reinventing brands, and driving pipeline. She is a frequent speaker at industry events, and was recently recognized by Sirius Decisions for Marketing Program of the Year and by TOPO for Marketing Excellence in 2018. In 2017, Rhonda was recognized by Engagio as “One of the Top 50 Women in Revenue that you should know,” and “Women of Influence 2017” by San Jose Business Journal. Rhonda has an MBA from Sacramento State University and a B.S. in Computer Science from Chico State University.