JumpCloud Stock

jumpcloud.comEnterprise SoftwareFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $408.23MM

JumpCloud is an open directory platform designed to connect users with their businesses' preferred technologies in a single place. Using JumpCloud, each user and their unique access needs are accounted for. JumpCloud was founded in 2010 by Rajat Bhargava, Gregory Keller, KC Berg, Larry Middle, Travis Yoes, and David Campbell and is headquartered in Louisville, CO.

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Team

Management Team

Rajat Bhargava
Co-Founder, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer & President
Michelle DeBella
Chief Financial Officer
Gregory Keller
Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer
Eric Gunning
Chief Legal Officer
Cate Lochead
Chief Marketing Officer
Kevin Biggs
Chief Revenue Officer
Jagadeesh Kunda
Chief Product Officer

Board Members

Albert Koh
Owl Rock Capital Group
Alex Crisses
General Atlantic
Brad Feld
Foundry Group
Casber Wang
Sapphire Ventures
Gary Reiner
General Atlantic
Mackey Craven
OpenView Venture Partners
Scott Hilleboe
H.I.G. Growth Ventures
Seth Levine
Foundry Group

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News

The JumpCloud Directory Platform helps IT teams ‘make remote work happen’ (a term it has sought to coin) by centralizing management of user identities and devices, enabling small and medium-sized enterprises to adopt zero-trust (nothing is authentic, until it’s authenticated) security models. The company explains this as helping employees jump to their assets, whether this is someone working on their laptop with their applications authorized, as well as cloud assets that must be kept secure.
JumpCloud Inc., a directory-as-a-service technology platform, has acquired competing password-management system Myki for an undisclosed sum. The Louisville-based company, which achieved unicorn status last year with a $1-billion-plus valuation, said in a news release that it bought Myki for its managed service provider relationships, technology portfolio and engineering talent.
JumpCloud today announced winning gold in three categories of the 2022 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards; Multi-Factor Authentication, Secure Remote Access, and Policy and User Management. This recognition comes only days after the company announced its inclusion in G2’s 2022 Best Software Awards, and the addition of JumpCloud Patch Management to its cloud directory platform.