November is Enterprise Month on www.eurocomms.com, as European Communications brings its regular look at how telcos are serving their business customers exclusively online.

Every day throughout the month we will bring you news and features about the enterprise market, alongside our regular news coverage.

The importance of business customers, from SMEs to multinationals, to operators continues to increase and evolve.

Enterprises remain convinced about the merits of becoming ever more digital, sourcing solutions from fewer providers and exploring new technologies.

At the same time, telcos are moving on from the provision of traditional telephony and internet, to embrace ICT products and services.

This brings them into ever closer competition and partnership with big IT players, which in turn creates its own challenges.

We will explore all of these issues, and many more besides, during the course of this month.

We kick off with a Q&A with Jan Geldmacher, CEO of Vodafone Global Enterprise.

Geldmacher discusses moving up the value chain, ramping up the services in the US and Africa, as well as a partnership his company has signed with Huawei.

Click here to read the Q&A.

On Wednesday, we delve into the world of co-creation, exploring how VGE is working with one customer to jointly develop new services.

Looking ahead, we have interviews with the CEOs of Orange Business Services and BT Global Services as we get their take on opportunities and challenges they face.

Amongst a host of other features, we analyse the cloud space, take a look at the world of enterprise apps and check out how smaller, network-based competitors are snapping at telcos’ heels.

To keep up-to-date with Enterprise Month, you can either sign up to our daily newsletter or check here for all the latest news and features.

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