|By Business Wire||
|January 24, 2013 09:08 AM EST||
MokaFive™, whose products provide a secure computing experience from any device, today announced Dave Robbins has joined the company as its chief executive officer (CEO). With more than 25 years of senior management experience at private and public companies—including a decade leading the pioneering endpoint-management software company BigFix—Robbins has a successful track record building dynamic, high-performance teams as well as a wealth of knowledge in mobility and endpoint management.
At MokaFive, Robbins will be growing the company’s presence in the US and abroad. He succeeds Dale Fuller, who will continue to serve on the company’s board.
“If I had to choose one word to describe Dave, it would be ‘leader,’” said Fuller. “From his time at BigFix—where he led a successful acquisition—Dave consistently demonstrates the passion, focus and knowledge that is necessary to propel companies into industry leaders. I am thrilled to welcome Dave to MokaFive.”
Robbins previously served as chairman, president and CEO of BigFix, Inc., a leader in systems and security management, which was acquired by IBM in August 2010.
“I couldn’t be more excited about this new challenge. MokaFive’s unique, client-side approach to device management represents the next wave in the management of distributed end points,” said Robbins. “We have a tremendous opportunity to help companies effectively deal with today’s biggest enterprise challenge: how to maximize employee productivity, while keeping corporate data and applications secure on an increasing range of devices.”
Robbins previously served as CEO of enterprise software and services companies including Quantivo, Quippe Technologies and Lucidity, Inc. He also was COO of Citadon, and vice president of product management and services at UltraData. Prior to that, Robbins held various positions with ADP and Progressive Insurance Company over the course of 12 years.
MokaFive enables mobility, freedom of choice, and flexibility for today’s executives and enterprise workforce. Its software allows enterprises to provide secure access to corporate data and resources from any device—all managed from a single console. To learn more, visit www.mokafive.com.
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