Brewin Dolphin has 37 offices around the UK and manages £21bn of investments.
"In our business, we need to ensure high performance of our IT systems 24/7," said Neil Bath, group head of information services at Brewin Dolphin.
"Part of a cost-effective way of achieving this was to relocate the hosting environment for our primary datacentre, enabling us to ensure continued service to our client base, while also allowing for future expansion," he said.
Brewin Dolphin recently adopted a voice over IP system to improve its network communications.
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