License Management Terminology

Concurrent Licensing

A "License Model" which allows a specified number of licenses to float on a network, not locked to particular computers. Allows firms to purchase software at a lower cost because the maximum number of concurrent users expected to use software at any given time is only a portion of the total possible users. Often called "Floating Licensing".

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