It also announced upgrades to a few individual products, including Wyse Client Cloud Manager 2.0, which has closer integration with Microsoft's Active Directory for single sign-on, and version 2.0 of Dell's Toad business intelligence suite. It also announced availability of the Kace 3000 appliance, which extends client management to smartphones and tablets, and some new consulting and support services.
Toad for Business Intelligence Suite 2.0 will be available later this quarter, priced in increments from $9,995 for five named users, up to $49,995 for 50 named users, Dell said. Additional users are $1,295.
The head of Dell's software business, former CA Technologies CEO John Swainson, is due to lay out the plans at an event for press and analysts in San Francisco Wednesday. Product details should be posted on Dell's website later in the day.