Content Server in its manifold actions:
The Adobe Content Server developed by the Adobe Systems functions to add Digital Rights Management to e-Books. So if one is looking to launch one e-Book store or simply wants to distribute e-Books, open up a digital library or allied activities, there will be the need of this Content Server. Adobe Content Server in this connection helps to serve these purposes when one does not wish to purchase a server and yet use one by simply hosting it. There are a lot of online publishers and digital publishing companies who use the Adobe Content Server solution which gives sufficient digital protection to their large reading contents. The protected PDF versions of the e-Books can be hosted up in the Internet to be viewed through this Content Server world wise in PC and even mobile devices. Adobe Content Server has the copy protection feature and it eased the delivering practice of e-Books across devices.
Adobe Content Server Super Features:
The features of this Content Server are exciting. For example, it’s easy to add Content Server to the existing content management and fulfilment solutions. Adobe Content Server provides support to all standard file formats like PDF and EPUB. It helps to make e-Books available for a desired period of time. After an initial startup fee which covers any amount of servers and files, it is allowed to pay per transaction to Adobe with rates that changes depending on how one’s content is distributed, whether it is using permanent or expiring licenses etc. Accordingly, one can even change assigning different rights like print, copy and expiration permissions of the e-Book files. The Content Server supports the distribution of content to multiple retail and library websites.