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The first attempt to create the intranet at CELESC happened around the turn of the century when having an online presence was a must and desired by many. One of my colleagues in the Department of Information Technology - DIT - 2 via celesc online dating a site to make some of the company's information available and it was a success!

Soon, the first intranet was put on the air. As time went by, new sites, new pages and new directories were created in the intranet environment, as there was low access control in the network.

Several mini-sites were created and because of the high demand, jbfloripa started training people in creating HTML websites in the following years. There was a lot of blinking GIFs and bright coloured backgrounds.

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Soon it was noted that a huge scattered environment had been created and many employees from different areas had to also work on maintaining their department's website structure, which was not their actual responsibility. By that time, some associates had created code with ASP and used Access databases to store intranet information. Inwe realized that associates and their departments had a demand to make information available in a simple, fast and objective manner, without the need to learn new things that had nothing to do with their job position.

At first, we gave a 2 via celesc online dating to an IBM solution, but after a while, it showed to be too much for our needs. 2 via celesc online dating, a new associate mentioned Joomla and that it might be a good option to meet our goals, as we were looking for a Content Management System.

We wanted to provide and share content. And as Joomla is a free open source tool, 2 via celesc online dating by an ever-growing community around the world, we took a closer look. We started by installing Joomla 1. Problems were near to none and the CMS performance was considered very good. I started training associates in Joomla, creating department websites, local agencies' websites and any demands related. Joomla was a huge success and got many new admirers.

Each department could publish their own information, create files, reports and graphics available for download. As there was no need to code, many associates were relieved with the use of the CMS. As there was not an efficient ACL at that time. Sites were managed through the back-end, thus, there was still a need for some training. Everyone was learning, including me. Joomla was on version 1. As users fully administrated their websites - and by that time there were about sites - they could do as they pleased, including choosing which template to use.

There was no visual unity or identity. As the IT department didn't see the intranet as a relevant tool for the company and jbfloripa was the only person taking care of it, there was not much concern on changing this situation.

I brought together a committee to create a strategy for CELnet, even if most parts of the administrative responsibilities remained in the hands of one person. We contacted associates to find suggestions for our new model.

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