Conjoined; associate; concomitant; existing or happening at the same time.
A term applied to a computer operation in which two or more processes (programs) have access to the microprocessorâ€™s time and are therefore carried out more or less at the same time. Because a microprocessor can work with much smaller units of time than people can perceive, concurrent processes appear to be occurring simultaneously but in reality are not.
A license that may be installed on a network. The number of user licenses purchased dictates how many users may access the program simultaneously. A non-concurrent license must be purchased on a per user basis and installed on individual computers