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Generate digital certificates for employees using the organization’s certificate

I live in Peru and we have a small problem in the organization where I work. Dozens of documents are physically signed daily but this is a waste of time since there are documents that must be signed by more than one person and these people are in different geographical locations.

I am thinking of using digital certificates to sign PDFs but this causes me another problem. Certificates are issued in the name of the Organization, not of the employee who signs. Buying (and processing) the generation of a certificate with legal validity for each employee will take time and money so my question is the following:

Is it possible to generate new certificates for each employee (with legal validity) using our institutional certificate as root certificate?

Being a computer organizations and architecture expert

One of the greatest challenge in learning one is how broad the literal computer science is. Just talking about memories and CPUs would just took you to endless adventure of this technology. How does the expert manage to understand all of this if I ever want to be one of them?

Maybe someone ever be on my position, not just want to survive the exam but wanted to be the expert of this field especially on the hardware side and rarely ever grasp all the concepts.

Sign in to organization’s SharePoint server failed to SharePoint Mobile App

I’ve set up SharePoint 2019 on-prem and have a few sites; I’ve also set up SSL. I logged in SharePoint mobile application the first time it asks the server url and credential .but as I login to the app, I’m prompted to log in again. then, it doesn’t accept my credential.

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DesignOps in organizations with high levels of UX maturity

Now that we have moved on from ResearchOps to encompass the entire design process (DesignOps), is this a function that has been successfully implemented in what I assume would be very UX mature organizations?

I am interested to find out how mature design organizations have been able to operationalize their design process to integrate and work with the business and software development arms of the organization, or if this is just a concept that is being described as the next step/trend for design-led/driven organizations.

Has anyone come across organizations that have a DesignOps function? Where does it sit within the organization hierarchy and how are the teams and roles defined?

How to isolate seperate organizations data using databases

A new project I am about to begin will require isolated data for each organization that registers. Ideally, each would be accessible with unique credentials. I want to use either Firebase or AWS for the backend but I am not sure how to go about this. Is it possible to have sperate instances of databases or is there a better way to go? Does anyone have any advice?

Share IAM Policy across accounts in Organizations

While setting up my Organization in AWS I stumbled upon a problem. We plan to use AWS Organizations to separate different departments (Dev, Operations, IT, Projects) into different AWS Accounts and AWS SSO to Manage Cross-account access. In some departments (Dev, Projects)

I want some users to be able to create own IAM Users (Called “Function Users”) for use for programmatic access. These Function Users should have no right to create users themselves nor set update any access keys. Additionally these Users (or their Access keys) should be valid only for a limited time. The idea is that if a employee leaves the company the created function user stays valid only for a limited time (If not found while deactivating the employee user).

I plan to implement the time limit by calling a lambda-Function once a day to deactivate access keys of all function users that are older than a given time.

My problem is setting the Limit on the rights of the created users. I created a SSO Permissions set (Which is mapped to a Role in each account) that has the AWS managed policy “IAMReadOnlyAccess” attached. Additionally it has the following inline policy:

{ "Version": "2012-10-17", "Statement": [     {         "Sid": "CreateUsersWithTag",         "Effect": "Allow",         "Action": [             "iam:CreateUser",             "iam:DeleteUserPolicy",             "iam:AttachUserPolicy",             "iam:DetachUserPolicy",             "iam:PutUserPermissionsBoundary"         ],         "Resource": "*",         "Condition": {             "StringEquals": {                 "aws:RequestTag/Owner": "$  {aws:username}",                 "iam:PermissionsBoundary": "arn:aws:iam::12356789012:policy/FunctionUserBoundary"             }         }     } ] } 

With this Policy I try to force all created users to have a Tag with the creating user (to identify function users and allow that user to update access keys). I also try to force a IAM Policy to that newly created user which denys any IAM access for the function user.

My Problem is the ARN of that policy. It resides in the master Account of the organization. Therefor a user can not reference it in a sub-account when creating a user.

Is there a way to allow sub-accounts access to IAM Policys of another account? Another Option would be to write a Lambda function that is triggered on account creation that creates the FunctionUserBoundary policy in each new account and change the iam:PermissionsBoundary value to arn:aws:iam::*:policy/FunctionUserBoundary but when I change the policy later I will end up with different policy Versions in different accounts.

Is there a way to implement my plan or is my plan fundamentally wrong?