Today, people create enterprise IT systems and internet systems using a legacy IT stack that is intrinsically insecure. They must first arrange hosting, typically using cloud systems provided by Big Tech, and then create assemblies from their own software and configurations of legacy components such as web and database servers, which they must regularly patch to fix insecurities, and typically protect by firewalls, VPNs, and other anti-intrusion systems. The problem is that these systems contain so many pathways that they cannot be made secure, and the security of the legacy IT stack cannot be fixed. The Internet Computer provides a completely different kind of environment that cannot be hacked or stopped, which does not depend upon Big Tech vendors, where systems can be created without legacy components such as databases, and software logic always runs as designed against the expected data.
Essentially this is possible because the Internet Computer is created by independent data centers around the world running a mathematically secure protocol to combine their computational capacity using advanced computer science, which creates a new kind of environment for building and hosting enterprise IT systems and internet systems using a new kind of software that do not rely upon today’s legacy IT stack at all.