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Whilst we’ve seen huge disruption in the recorded media markets with the advent of digital music, TV and video distribution the book market has taken some time to shift. But make no mistake, with the power of Amazon, Apple and Google behind it, eBookMoreWhilst we’ve seen huge disruption in the recorded media markets with the advent of digital music, TV and video distribution the book market has taken some time to shift. But make no mistake, with the power of Amazon, Apple and Google behind it, eBook publishing and distribution is here and is going to explode over the next few years.Of course, as your eBook collection grows, it’s going to get increasingly difficult to manage - competing eBooks stores have their own libraries and then there’s the challenge of storing, protecting and managing all of the other documents and eBooks you purchase from independent publishers (like us!).This sounds like a job for Windows Server (including Windows Home Server and Windows Server Essentials, of course!) and the good news is that if you’ve been scratching your head on the challenge of managing your eBooks, help is at hand!In this brand new guide, Windows Server expert Christopher Courtney takes you step by step through installing and configuring the popular eBook library application, Calibre, on Windows Server and builds out a PHP-driven website which allows distribution of your eBook library to client devices. Desktops, mobiles, smartphone, tablets, eBook readers - theyll all be able to access your new eBook Server, even remotely through Windows Server Essentials Anywhere Access or Windows Home Servers Remote Web Access.If youve purchased any eBooks and your collection is starting to grow, make sure you gain control of your library with Host and Manage an eBook Library on Windows Server.