This enterprise content management client for Apple Macintosh users supports its users in corporate data and content management. Once you have BlueJet installed on your computer and you are logged in you can start creating folders for your documents. Placing documents into folders can be done by a simple drag and drop and you can upload as many as you need within just a few moments. When dropping a document, the system asks you to name the file. It is good to use the same name as you used for the folder in your computer to avoid confusion. Documents are now stored in your Enterprise Content Management (ECM) or Document Management System (DMS), ready to be used or modified. BlueJet has an automatic synchronization functionality of your local (in your computer) document copies with ECM or DMS. Federated search is an inevitable part of BlueJet and you can perform it as a direct search or search the history of recently used documents. If there are any changes done to your corporate files, you get an immediate notification. This is helpful to keep track of all documents and changes. BlueJet supports Apple Macintosh users in most comfortable and efficient data management and it is a vital part of content management.