JP6025425B2 - Information processing apparatus, information processing apparatus control method, and computer program. - Google Patents

Information processing apparatus, information processing apparatus control method, and computer program. Download PDF

Info

Publication number
JP6025425B2
JP6025425B2 JP2012152391A JP2012152391A JP6025425B2 JP 6025425 B2 JP6025425 B2 JP 6025425B2 JP 2012152391 A JP2012152391 A JP 2012152391A JP 2012152391 A JP2012152391 A JP 2012152391A JP 6025425 B2 JP6025425 B2 JP 6025425B2
Authority
JP
Japan
Prior art keywords
data
information processing
information
processing terminal
confidential
Prior art date
Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the status listed.)
Active
Application number
JP2012152391A
Other languages
Japanese (ja)
Other versions
JP2014016705A (en
JP2014016705A5 (en
Inventor
康頼 金井
康頼 金井
Original Assignee
キヤノン株式会社
Priority date (The priority date is an assumption and is not a legal conclusion. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the date listed.)
Filing date
Publication date
Application filed by キヤノン株式会社 filed Critical キヤノン株式会社
Priority to JP2012152391A priority Critical patent/JP6025425B2/en
Publication of JP2014016705A publication Critical patent/JP2014016705A/en
Publication of JP2014016705A5 publication Critical patent/JP2014016705A5/ja
Application granted granted Critical
Publication of JP6025425B2 publication Critical patent/JP6025425B2/en
Application status is Active legal-status Critical
Anticipated expiration legal-status Critical

Links

Images

Description

  The present invention relates to an information processing apparatus, a control method for the information processing apparatus, and a computer program.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, with the spread of mobile terminals such as small notebook personal computers and smartphones, it has become possible to easily create and view documents anywhere and easily perform image capturing using an image capturing function such as a camera equipped. In addition, such mobile terminals are equipped with communication functions such as e-mail, wireless LAN (Local Area Network), and mobile communication systems, so that data communication can be performed regardless of location, or GPS (Global Positioning System). The position of the mobile terminal can be detected by a position measurement function such as

  By using such mobile terminals in business, business operations can be made more efficient. For example, when a user wants to share paper materials distributed during business with related parties, the user can take paper materials with the camera of the mobile terminal and show the captured images to related parties at a later date.

  However, data files such as images taken during work and documents created are also confidential information. These data files may be stored after being output to a storage unit such as a memory provided in the mobile terminal, and taken out of the mobile terminal outside the user when the user goes out. In such a case, there is a concern that confidential information may be leaked by browsing confidential information outside the company.

  Patent Document 1 discloses a technique for controlling access to a data file output and stored on a memory included in a mobile terminal based on position information of the mobile terminal as a security measure for the mobile terminal.

JP 2008-191732 A

An object of the present invention is to control editing processing of a data file that is confidential information.

The present invention is an information processing terminal, wherein a generation unit that generates data, an acquisition unit that acquires position information of the information processing terminal at the time of generation of data by the generation unit, and the acquired position information Based on whether or not a confidential area is indicated, an adding means for adding a confidential flag to the data generated by the generating means, and whether or not a confidential flag is added to the data generated by the generating means And control means for controlling the editing of the generated data and the data to be edited .

According to the present invention , it is possible to control editing processing of a data file that is confidential information.

It is a block diagram of an information processing system. 2 is a hardware configuration diagram of a mobile terminal 101. FIG. 3 is a flowchart for explaining the first and second embodiments. 3 is a flowchart for explaining the first and second embodiments. It is a figure which shows a data structure. 3 is a flowchart for explaining the first and second embodiments. 3 is a flowchart for explaining Example 1; This is a screen for selecting a data output destination. 6 is a flowchart for explaining a second embodiment; This is a screen for selecting the confidentiality of data.

Example 1
Hereinafter, embodiments for carrying out the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

<System configuration>
FIG. 1 is an example of a configuration diagram of an information processing system to which this embodiment is applied. As shown in the figure, the information processing system of the present embodiment is configured such that a mobile terminal (information processing apparatus) 101 can acquire position information (latitude and longitude) from a GPS satellite 102. The mobile terminal 101 can determine whether or not its own position is within the predetermined confidential area 103 based on the acquired position information. In the present embodiment, the confidential area 103 will be described as an office (in-house).

  In the confidential area 103, there are devices such as a mail server 104, a printer 105, and a file server 106, which can process data transmitted from the mobile terminal 101. There is a file server (external server) 107 outside the confidential area 103 (outside), and when the mobile terminal 101 communicates with the external server 107, data is transmitted using a network or communication network outside the confidential area 103 (outside). connect.

  FIG. 2 shows a hardware configuration of the mobile terminal 101.

  The CPU 201 comprehensively controls processing and operations of various units included in the mobile terminal 101.

  The display unit 202 is a liquid crystal display, for example, and displays the result processed by the mobile terminal 101 to the user.

  The input unit 203 is, for example, a button key, and receives an input from the user for the mobile terminal 101.

  The imaging unit 208 generates image data by capturing an image of a subject with a camera included in the mobile terminal 101.

  The communication unit 205 is an interface for the mobile terminal 101 to communicate with an external device and transmit / receive various data.

  The position measuring unit 204 is for measuring the geographical position of the mobile terminal 101. For example, the position measuring unit 204 receives radio waves from the GPS satellite 102 and measures latitude and longitude. If the mobile terminal 101 is a mobile phone having a call function, the position measuring unit 204 measures the position of the mobile terminal 101 based on radio waves received from the mobile phone base station. Further, when the mobile terminal 101 can access the wireless LAN and transmit and receive data, the position of the mobile terminal 101 can be measured based on information on the access point of the wireless LAN.

  The ROM 206 is a read-only memory and stores a control program for controlling the entire mobile terminal 101.

  The RAM 207 stores information received by the input unit 203, image data generated by the imaging unit 208, and temporary information for executing various programs.

  The storage unit 209 stores data that is not confidential information generated by the mobile terminal 101 and does not store data that is confidential information. In addition, the storage unit 209 stores a program for executing various processes and the like of flowcharts described later.

  The bus 210 controls data transmission / reception between the above-described components.

  The information in the confidential area 103 is stored in the ROM 206 or the storage unit 209 and can be read from the CPU 201 at any time.

<Data generation>
FIG. 3 is a flowchart for explaining a series of operations from data generation to output by the mobile terminal 101. The CPU 201 loads a program for executing the flowchart of FIG. 3 stored in the storage unit 209 into the RAM 207. It is realized by executing.

  The processing flow is roughly composed of three parts, each of which includes data header generation (S301), data editing (S302), and data output (S303). Each detailed process is demonstrated using the flowchart mentioned later.

  The user generates various data (data files) on the mobile terminal 101. For example, the user photographs a subject using the photographing function of the mobile terminal 101. Further, for example, the user writes a document such as a business diary using the document generation function of the mobile terminal 101. When the CPU 201 receives the data file generation instruction based on such a user instruction via the input unit 203, a data generation processing flow is started (step S300 in FIG. 3).

  In step S301, the CPU 201 performs a header generation process for generated data. This detailed flowchart is shown in FIG.

  In step S302, the CPU 201 edits the generated data. The data editing process will be described in detail with reference to the flowchart of FIG.

  In step S303, the CPU 201 performs output processing of the generated data. Data output processing will be described in detail with reference to the flowchart of FIG.

<Header generation process>
The header generation process in step S301 will be described with reference to FIG.

  In step S <b> 401, the CPU 201 generates header data to be added to the generated data on the RAM 207. An example of the data structure of the data file including the header data is shown in FIG.

  The data structure 500 includes a header part (header data) 501 and a main body part (body data) 502. In the main body 502, information itself that is the substance of data is written. For example, text data is written for document data, and image data is written for photo data. On the other hand, information indicating the characteristics of the main body, such as data generation date and time and data body attributes, is written in the header section 501. Here, the confidential flag 503 is one of the attributes included in the header portion 501, and information indicating whether the entity data written in the main body portion 502 is confidential information is written. If the entity data is confidential information, information indicating “confidential” is written, and if it is not confidential information, information indicating “non-confidential” is written.

  In step S401, the CPU 201 generates header data with information indicating “non-confidential” which is the default value of the confidential flag 503.

  In step S <b> 402, the CPU 201 acquires the position information of the mobile terminal 101 via the position measurement unit 204. Here, the CPU 201 functions as position information acquisition means.

  In step S403, the CPU 201 determines whether the acquired position information is information indicating the secret area 103 set in advance. This determination process is performed by comparing with latitude and longitude corresponding to a predetermined confidential area 103 set in advance if the acquired position information is latitude and longitude.

  When it is determined that the acquired position information is information indicating the preset confidential area 103, the CPU 201 resets the confidential flag 503 of the header data generated in step S401 to information indicating “secret”. (S404).

  If it is not determined that the acquired position information is information indicating the preset confidential area 103, the CPU 201 keeps the confidential flag 503 as information indicating “non-confidential”.

  In this embodiment, since the inside of the office is the confidential area 103, information indicating “confidential” is set in the confidential flag 503 for data generated in the office. For data generated outside the company area (outside the company), information indicating “non-confidential” is set in the confidential flag 503.

  Note that the position information acquired by the position measurement unit 204 is not limited to that obtained using a GPS function that acquires latitude / longitude information from the GPS satellite 102 and measures the position. For example, it may be determined whether the area is a confidential area based on the reachability of radio waves from the in-house wireless LAN. For example, it is determined as a confidential area in a range where radio waves of the wireless LAN have arrived, and is determined as a non-confidential area when radio waves from the wireless LAN base station have not reached.

  The above is the header generation process.

<Data editing process>
The data editing process in step S302 will be described in detail with reference to the flowchart of FIG.

  In step S601, the CPU 201 enters a loop process for data editing.

  In step S602, the CPU 201 receives a processing instruction, and determines whether the type of the processing is a position investigation processing. In this embodiment, when the type of processing is not output, the type of processing is assumed to be data generation processing or editing processing. In this embodiment, the CPU 201 receives an instruction to execute the position survey process every second. However, it does not necessarily have to be every second.

  When it is determined that the type of processing is not position survey, the CPU 201 determines that the type of processing is data generation processing or editing processing, and performs processing according to user operation via the input unit 203 (S603). For example, in the case of photography, the CPU 201 receives the image data generated by the imaging unit 208 and writes the image data into the main body unit 502 of the data file developed on the RAM 207. Further, for example, in the case of document generation or document editing using a document generation application executed by the CPU 201, the CPU 201 stores the generated or edited document data in the main body 502 of the data file expanded on the RAM 207. Write.

  The CPU 201 repeats the loop of S602 to S604 until a user operation via the input unit 203 receives an instruction for data output processing. The output processing instruction is an instruction to store the generated data in the storage unit 209 or an instruction to transmit the generated data to the outside of the mobile terminal 101 via the communication unit 205. If there is an instruction for data output processing from the input unit 203, the CPU 201 exits the loop processing (S604), and proceeds to the data output processing in step S303. This data output processing will be described later with reference to FIG.

  On the other hand, when it is determined that the type of processing is a position check, the CPU 201 determines whether the confidential flag 503 in the header of the data to be processed is information indicating “confidential” (S605).

  When the confidential flag 503 in the data header is information indicating “non-confidential”, the CPU 201 proceeds to the loop processing of S602 to S604. On the other hand, if the confidential flag 503 is information indicating “confidential”, the CPU 201 shifts the processing to step S606.

  In step S <b> 606, the CPU 201 acquires the position information of the mobile terminal 101 via the position measurement unit 204. In other words, the CPU 201 functions as a position information acquisition unit that further acquires position information of the mobile terminal 101 before data output.

  In step S <b> 607, the CPU 201 determines whether the acquired position information indicates the confidential area 103. This determination is the same as the processing in S403.

  When it is determined that the position information acquired in S <b> 607 indicates the inside of the confidential area 103, the CPU 201 proceeds to the loop process of S <b> 602 to S <b> 604.

  On the other hand, if it is determined that the acquired position information indicates the outside of the confidential area 103, the CPU 201 deletes the processing target data (header part and main part data) developed on the RAM 207 in step S608. The process is terminated. Here, the CPU 201 functions as a deletion unit.

  The above is the flow of the data editing process. In the above flow, S605 to S608 are particularly characteristic. That is, when a user tries to take out the data outside the confidential area 103 while holding the data inside the mobile terminal 101 while editing the data considered to be confidential information generated in the confidential area 103, Data is deleted. As a result, it is possible to prevent data generated in the confidential area 103 considered to be confidential information from being taken out of the confidential area 103.

<Data output processing>
The data output process in step S303 will be described in detail with reference to the flowchart of FIG. This data output process is executed when data output is instructed by the user via the input unit 203 in the data editing process (FIG. 6).

  In step S701, the CPU 201 determines whether the confidential flag 503 of the header data of the data for which the output instruction has been issued is information indicating “confidential” or information indicating “non-confidential”.

  If the confidential flag 503 is information indicating “non-confidential”, the CPU 201 displays on the display unit 202 a selection screen for allowing the user to select the data output destination via the input unit 203 in step S704. To do. The processing in step S704 is referred to as normal data output destination selection screen display processing. This normal data output destination is an output destination that allows data to be output to go outside the confidential area 103. Then, the CPU 201 generates output setting information based on a candidate selected according to a user instruction from the displayed output destination candidates. This process will be described later with reference to FIG.

On the other hand, if the confidential flag 503 is information indicating “confidential”, the CPU 201 displays a selection screen for causing the user to select a data output destination via the input unit 203 in step S702. To display. The process of step S702 is referred to as a limited data output destination selection screen display process. This limited data output destination is a specific output destination that prevents data to be output from flowing out of the confidential area 103. Further, the output path (communication path) of the data file when data is output to the output destination is limited to be via the network in the confidential area. Then, the CPU 201 generates output setting information based on a candidate selected according to a user instruction from the displayed output destination candidates. This process will be described later with reference to FIG. 8B. In step S703, the CPU 201 outputs data to be output based on the output setting information generated in step S702 or S704, and ends the process.

<Generation of output setting information>
An example of the selection screen displayed in step S704 is shown in FIG. In the output destination selection screen 800 shown in FIG. 8A, five buttons corresponding to the five output destinations are displayed.

  The save to terminal button 801 is a button for designating the output destination of the output target data in the storage unit 209 of the mobile terminal 101 and saving the data in the storage unit 209. When this button 801 is selected, the CPU 201 generates output setting information so that data to be output is stored in the storage unit 209 as it is.

  A mail transmission button 802 is a button for transmitting data to be output as an attachment to an electronic mail as a data file. When this button 802 is selected, the CPU 201 activates a mailer included in the mobile terminal 101 and attaches data to be output to an e-mail. Then, the CPU 201 generates output setting information so that the e-mail is transmitted to the destination set by the mailer. When the confidential flag 503 in the header of the data to be output is information indicating “non-confidential”, the CPU 201 does not control so as to particularly limit the communication path of the electronic mail to be transmitted.

  The printer transmission button 803 is a button for outputting the data to be output to the printer 105 connected to the network in the confidential area 103 and printing it. When this button 803 is selected, the CPU 201 connects to the network in the confidential area 103 via the communication unit 205 and generates output setting information so as to transmit the output target data to the printer 105 on this network. To do.

  The server save button 804 is a button for sending and saving data to be output to the file server 106 in the confidential area 103. When this button 804 is selected, the CPU 201 connects to the network in the confidential area 103 via the communication unit 205 and sends the output setting information so as to transmit the output target data to the file server 106 on this network. Generate.

  The cloud service button 805 is a button for transmitting and saving data to be output to the file server 107 outside the confidential area 103. When this button 805 is selected, the CPU 201 connects to the internal network or the external network of the confidential area 103 via the communication unit 205 and sends output setting information to the external server 107 so as to transmit the output target data. Generate.

  An example of the selection screen displayed in step S702 is shown in FIG. In the output destination selection screen 800 shown in FIG. 8B, three buttons corresponding to the three output destinations are displayed. Compared to FIG. 8A, the output destination is described below. Is limited.

  In the output destination selection screen 800 of FIG. 8B, the save to terminal button 801 and the cloud service button 805 shown in FIG. 8A are grayed out and cannot be selected. This is to prevent data considered to be confidential information from being stored in the storage unit 209 and taken out of the confidential area 103. Another reason is to prevent data considered to be confidential information from being stored in the external file server 107 without going through the network of the confidential area 103.

  Further, the output destination selection screen 800 of FIG. 8B includes a mail transmission button 802, a printer transmission button 803, and a server save button 804, which are shown in FIG. 8A, so that they can be selected as output destination candidates. It has become. The printer transmission button 803 and the server save button 804 are the same as those described with reference to FIG.

  However, the mail transmission button 802 in FIG. 8B is different from the mail transmission button 802 in FIG. 8A, and will be described below.

  A mail transmission button 802 in FIG. 8B is a button for transmitting data to be output as an attachment to an electronic mail as a data file. When the button 802 is selected in step S702, the CPU 201 activates a mailer included in the mobile terminal 101 and attaches output target data to an e-mail. Then, when transmitting the electronic mail set by the mailer to the destination, the CPU 201 connects to the network in the confidential area 103 via the communication unit 205 and further passes through the mail server 104 connected on the network. Output setting information is generated as follows. This is to prevent the output target data from being leaked when the mobile terminal 101 directly uses a network outside the confidential area 103 when sending the output target data considered to be confidential information by e-mail. . Generally, when an e-mail is transmitted from a network in a confidential area 103 such as in a company office, the e-mail attached with a data file is prevented from being sent outside by filtering. ing. Therefore, when mailing data generated in the confidential area 103, it is effective to directly connect to the network in the confidential area 103 and use the mail server 104 on this network.

  As described above, the mobile terminal 101 according to the present embodiment controls the data generated in the confidential area 103 in consideration of the output to the outside of the confidential area 103, thereby leaking the data to the outside of the confidential area 103. Can be suppressed. Specifically, the mobile terminal 101 controls the deletion and output destination of the data based on the position information of the mobile terminal 101 that holds the data. Therefore, even if the data remains in the RAM 207, the data is deleted if the mobile terminal 101 goes outside the confidential area 103, and the data in the confidential area 103 is deleted even if the mobile terminal 101 is inside the confidential area 103. Inadvertent output of the data to the outside can be prevented.

(Example 2)
In the first embodiment, data generated in a confidential area 103 such as a corporate office is treated as confidential information, and the data is stored on the storage unit 209 of the mobile terminal 101 and the confidential area that may be taken out of the confidential area 103. The example in which the external server 107 other than 103 is not output has been described.

  However, confidential information may be handled even outside the confidential area 103, such as when a meeting is held in an external meeting room or the like installed outside the confidential area 103. In the present embodiment, a processing flow assuming them will be described.

  FIG. 9 is a flowchart for explaining the data output processing of the present embodiment, and is executed by the CPU 201 as in the first embodiment. The present embodiment is realized by replacing the data output processing in step S303 in the first embodiment with the data output processing described below, and the processing flow other than the data output processing is the same as that in the first embodiment, so the description is omitted. Omitted.

  In step S901, the CPU 201 determines whether the confidential flag 503 in the header of the data to be output is information indicating “confidential” or information indicating “non-confidential”.

  If the confidential flag 503 is information indicating “confidential”, in step S902, the CPU 201 executes display processing of a limited data output destination selection screen in the same manner as in step S702 of the first embodiment. Then, the CPU 201 generates output setting information based on a candidate selected according to a user instruction from the displayed output destination candidates. In step S903, the CPU 201 outputs data to be output based on the output setting information generated in step S902, and ends the process.

  On the other hand, if the confidential flag 503 is information indicating “non-confidential” in step S901, the CPU 201 uses the position measurement unit 204 in step S904 to determine that the current position information of the mobile terminal 101 is a confidential area. 103 is determined. If it is determined that the inside of the confidential area 103 is indicated, the process proceeds to step S902.

  If it is determined in step S904 that the position information of the mobile terminal 101 does not indicate the confidential area 103, the CPU 201 displays a confidentiality setting screen on the display unit 202 in step S905. Then, in accordance with the selection of confidentiality based on the user instruction, the CPU 201 sets the confidentiality of the data to be output. An example of the screen displayed in step S905 is shown in FIG.

  On the confidentiality setting screen 1000, a confidentiality button 1001 and a non-confidential button 1002 are displayed. The user selects one of the buttons on the screen via the input unit 203 to set the confidentiality of the data to be output. If the location where the data is generated is outside the confidential area 103, the user normally determines that there is no confidentiality and selects the no confidentiality button 1002. In the individual case, the CPU 201 sets the confidentiality of the data to be output as non-confidential.

  However, the data generated in the external meeting room outside the confidential area 103 is considered to be confidential even if the data is generated outside the confidential area 103, and the user selects the confidentiality button 1001. Will do. In this case, the CPU 201 sets the confidentiality of the data to be output as confidential. As described above, the confidentiality of the data to be output is set based on selection of each button by a user instruction.

  In step S <b> 906, the CPU 201 determines whether the confidentiality of the data to be output is set to “confidentiality” or “no confidentiality” before outputting the data. If it is determined that there is no confidentiality, in step S907, the CPU 201 executes a normal data output destination selection screen display process in the same manner as in step S704 of the first embodiment. Then, the CPU 201 generates output setting information based on a candidate selected according to a user instruction from the displayed output destination candidates. In step S903, the CPU 201 outputs data to be output based on the output setting information generated in step S907, and ends the process.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S906 that confidentiality is set, the CPU 201 executes display processing of a limited data output destination selection screen as in step S702 of the first embodiment. Then, the CPU 201 generates output setting information based on a candidate selected according to a user instruction from the displayed output destination candidates.

  In step S909, the CPU 201 outputs data to be output based on the output setting information generated in step S908, and ends the process. Note that the data transmission method in step S908 is performed using a data communication method in which security is ensured. This outputs confidential data, but since the position of the mobile terminal 101 is outside the confidential area 103, security is ensured because the communication path at the time of data output passes through the communication path outside the confidential area 103. A communication path is desirable. This can prevent leakage or leakage of confidential information during data communication. As a data communication method in which security is ensured, an encrypted communication method using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) communication, or the like can be considered. That is, in this case, the output target data is encrypted and output to the selected output destination.

(Other examples)
The present invention can also be realized by executing the following processing. In this process, software (computer program) for realizing the functions of the above-described embodiments is supplied to a system or apparatus via a network or various storage media, and the computer of the system or apparatus (or CPU, MPU, etc.) is programmed. Is read and executed.

Claims (10)

  1. An information processing terminal,
    Generating means for generating data;
    Acquisition means for acquiring position information of the information processing terminal at the time of data generation by the generation means;
    Adding means for adding information indicating confidentiality to the data generated by the generating means based on whether the acquired position information indicates a confidential area;
    Control means for controlling editing of the data to be edited which is the generated data based on whether or not information indicating confidentiality is added to the data generated by the generating means;
    An information processing terminal comprising:
  2. The control unit monitors position information of the information processing terminal during editing of data to which information indicating confidentiality is added by the adding unit, and the information processing terminal during editing of the data The information processing terminal according to claim 1, wherein the data being edited is deleted based on movement outside the area.
  3. The control means includes
    Further acquiring location information of the information processing terminal at the time of editing,
    Based on whether or not confidential information is added to the data generated by the generating unit, and based on the obtained position information, the editing of the data to be edited and the data to be edited is controlled. The information processing terminal according to claim 1, wherein the information processing terminal is an information processing terminal.
  4. The control means deletes the data to be edited when information indicating confidentiality is added to the data generated by the generating means, and the further acquired position information indicates outside the confidential area. The information processing terminal according to claim 3.
  5. The said adding means adds the information which shows a secrecy to the data produced | generated by the said production | generation means, when the acquired positional information shows the preset place. The information processing terminal according to any one of claims.
  6. 6. The information processing terminal according to claim 1, further comprising another adding unit that adds information indicating confidentiality to the data generated by the generating unit based on a user instruction. .
  7. 7. The apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising output control means for changing an allowable data output destination of the data based on whether or not information indicating confidentiality is added to the data. Information processing terminal according to item.
  8.   The information processing according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the position information is acquired based on a GPS function provided in the information processing terminal or reachability of a predetermined radio wave. Terminal.
  9. A method for controlling an information processing terminal,
    A generation process for generating data;
    An acquisition step of acquiring position information of the information processing terminal at the time of data generation in the generation step;
    An adding step of adding information indicating confidentiality to the data generated by the generating step based on whether or not the acquired position information indicates a confidential area;
    A control step of controlling editing of data to be edited that is the generated data based on whether or not information indicating confidentiality is added to the data generated by the generating step;
    A method for controlling an information processing terminal, comprising:
  10.   The program for functioning an information processing terminal as each means of any one of Claims 1 thru | or 8.
JP2012152391A 2012-07-06 2012-07-06 Information processing apparatus, information processing apparatus control method, and computer program. Active JP6025425B2 (en)

Priority Applications (1)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
JP2012152391A JP6025425B2 (en) 2012-07-06 2012-07-06 Information processing apparatus, information processing apparatus control method, and computer program.

Applications Claiming Priority (1)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
JP2012152391A JP6025425B2 (en) 2012-07-06 2012-07-06 Information processing apparatus, information processing apparatus control method, and computer program.

Publications (3)

Publication Number Publication Date
JP2014016705A JP2014016705A (en) 2014-01-30
JP2014016705A5 JP2014016705A5 (en) 2016-04-07
JP6025425B2 true JP6025425B2 (en) 2016-11-16

Family

ID=50111359

Family Applications (1)

Application Number Title Priority Date Filing Date
JP2012152391A Active JP6025425B2 (en) 2012-07-06 2012-07-06 Information processing apparatus, information processing apparatus control method, and computer program.

Country Status (1)

Country Link
JP (1) JP6025425B2 (en)

Families Citing this family (1)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP6191657B2 (en) 2015-06-25 2017-09-06 コニカミノルタ株式会社 Image forming apparatus, image forming apparatus management method, and control program

Family Cites Families (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP4518056B2 (en) * 2006-09-25 2010-08-04 富士ゼロックス株式会社 Document operation authentication device, and program
JP2008191732A (en) * 2007-02-01 2008-08-21 Nec Saitama Ltd Portable terminal, data management system and data management method
JP5167826B2 (en) * 2008-01-18 2013-03-21 大日本印刷株式会社 Document management system, program, and medium using position information

Also Published As

Publication number Publication date
JP2014016705A (en) 2014-01-30

Similar Documents

Publication Publication Date Title
US9148531B2 (en) Communication system, communication method, and image forming apparatus
US10078755B2 (en) Private and public applications
CN100559728C (en) Mobile communication terminal for storing a picture and picture-taking location information and method for providing services using the same
EP2448303B1 (en) Method and system for securing data of a mobile communications device
KR20090007320A (en) Synchronizing multimedia mobile notes
AU2006233222B2 (en) Conference system
US10235390B2 (en) Shared image database with geographic navigation
US8688070B2 (en) Location-based emergency information
KR20100126900A (en) Mobile terminal and method of controlling same
JP5671234B2 (en) System and method for automatically finding members of a web-based social network
CA2894332C (en) Geo-location based event gallery
US7889369B2 (en) Image forming apparatus, image processing method, and program
US8655691B2 (en) Processing invitations and accepting configuration information on a device
EP1453639B1 (en) Selective media capture via a communication device
JP5597265B2 (en) Method and apparatus for representation of contact information
KR100649040B1 (en) Method of managing·browsing image data
CN103327063A (en) User presence detection and event discovery
US20110173270A1 (en) Conferencing Apparatus And Method
JP2013178768A (en) Cloud printing service
JP3962829B2 (en) Display device, display method, and a display program
JP2011035768A (en) Imaging apparatus and image sharing system
JP2005182760A (en) Information processing apparatus and its control method
US20110072355A1 (en) At-a-distance magic lenses for privacy-sensitive, collaborative document viewing across mobile devices and large displays
CN102326180B (en) Configuration and distribution of content at capture
KR101886241B1 (en) Method and System Integrating Geographical Location Information and Bluetooth Technology for Relaying Electronic Business Card

Legal Events

Date Code Title Description
A621 Written request for application examination

Free format text: JAPANESE INTERMEDIATE CODE: A621

Effective date: 20150706

A521 Written amendment

Free format text: JAPANESE INTERMEDIATE CODE: A523

Effective date: 20160219

A977 Report on retrieval

Free format text: JAPANESE INTERMEDIATE CODE: A971007

Effective date: 20160524

A131 Notification of reasons for refusal

Free format text: JAPANESE INTERMEDIATE CODE: A131

Effective date: 20160628

A521 Written amendment

Free format text: JAPANESE INTERMEDIATE CODE: A523

Effective date: 20160822

TRDD Decision of grant or rejection written
A01 Written decision to grant a patent or to grant a registration (utility model)

Free format text: JAPANESE INTERMEDIATE CODE: A01

Effective date: 20160913

A61 First payment of annual fees (during grant procedure)

Free format text: JAPANESE INTERMEDIATE CODE: A61

Effective date: 20161011

R151 Written notification of patent or utility model registration

Ref document number: 6025425

Country of ref document: JP

Free format text: JAPANESE INTERMEDIATE CODE: R151