Vilniaus Universiteto Leidykla
This paper aims to widen the current state-of-the-art techniques of new management models. In recent years, the appearance of new web 2.0 tools, the exponential increase in open-source, remote collaboration software solutions, and the new social and labour paradigms, make necessary a deep review of the traditional management models. It becomes necessary to move to a new management model based on innovation, the information and communication technologies, and the software that supports these activities. While the PC and its applications were conceived to increase the individual productivity, the services and applications based in cloud computing enhance teamwork and collaboration, since they are based on a shared platform.