Do you routinely ignore alerts?  If you have an email rule that sends alerts to their own folder, that is a hint.  If you find that a day passes without opening this folder, that clinches it.  Do you ignore some alerts and not others?  An effective alert is one that you respond to and avoid a bigger problem like running out of space.  A better alert is one that fires and then automatically takes corrective action.  The best alert is one that is not fired; this is true proactive management.  The worst alert is one that is ignored.  These alerts consume resources and waste your valuable time.  It takes mental focus and X number of seconds to decide to ignore it.

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