IBM’s Morbius software is getting the most data protection protection in the industry
IBM has announced that its Morbium software is one of the most widely used in the world.
It was the first major software company to announce this, and it’s important to point out that it’s also the first to say that the software is protected by a comprehensive data protection programme, with IBM saying it will not be selling the software to third parties.
Morbius has a long and proud history.
Its first version was developed in 1982, and the company was founded in 1999 by former Microsoft engineer David Blum.
In an interview with Ars Technica, Blum described how he and his fellow engineers built the software:We were trying to solve the problem of storing the world’s information in a way that could be accessed by anyone, anywhere.
And we were also trying to build a platform that could work as a standalone computing platform.
We built the first version of Morbis software on top of the original IBM PC, which was a rather odd device.
We didn’t have the proper hardware and we didn’t really have a working operating system.
Morbix was a big success in its day, but it was in many ways a big step backward for computing.
The technology was rudimentary.
It wasn’t until 2005 that the Morbus software was upgraded to work on a much more powerful computer, the PowerPC G5.
And the Morbeys first release in 2009 was an open source version called Morbex.
The software was written in C++ and it was open source.
Morbis Morbys software is the backbone of IBM’s cloud computing business, but the company also provides services such as storage and internet services, and even support for the Watson supercomputer.
The company says that Morbias software is a “key piece” in IBM’s business strategy and that it has “the largest, most diverse and most powerful computing platform in the business”.
IBM says it has more than 2.5 billion users globally.