Mark Harris
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AI takes digitalisation the necessary step beyond

Connecting the physical to the digital enables AI to interpret what it learns to help humans overcome our greatest emerging challenges.

5:10
Aug 1, 2018

Fighting hackers with AI-backed infrastructure

Smart companies use artificial intelligence, advanced machine learning, or the power of neural networks to stop hackers in their tracks.

4:40

Hyper-connectivity is pointless without cyber intelligence

An integrated platform powered by an artificial, neural, or machine intelligence can shift through vast data resources to provide usable intelligence.

3:50
Jul 18, 2018

AI can hunt the hackers using IOT against us

The Internet of things universe and its countless minions can be harnessed to our will to secure networks.

4:00

AI presents rich tapestry for creative innovation

Artificial intelligence is definitely going places, so it's the perfect time for humans to get creative with it.

4:10
Jul 4, 2018

Why your business needs an AI platform now

Artificial intelligence liberates people from manual labour, and enriches human intellect and creativity.

4:10

XON's Wingu hosts event for educators

Education's lessons point to business needs from cloud service providers, says Mark Harris, marketing director of XON.

Mark Harris
Chief marketing officer, NEC XON

Mark Harris is chief marketing officer of NEC XON and has 30 years of experience in the industry leading and maturing the business development capabilities of ICT operations. He is the fulcrum of the marketing operations of NEC Africa and XON after the two organisations came together in 2018 to provide consulting, technical, support services and fully managed services to help keep customers relevant in the digital economy. Harris was marketing director of XON for three years, national sales manager for three years prior to that, and headed up the solutions architect team, as key account manager, and as sales manager for key accounts, for 11 years at a major South African Internet services organisation. The business enables African organisations to fully explore opportunities for safe city, energy storage and generation, cyber security, telecommunications, retail, managed services, cyber defence services, and cloud (both public and private), among others in Sub-Sahara Africa. The business now has hundreds of employees, with offices across nine provinces of SA and in 16 Sub-Sahara Africa countries.