We have been using this for quite a long time,but still I need the minute difference so that I can use it based on context perfectly
closed as unclear what you're asking by herisson, Gary, Mari-Lou A, Rob_Ster, choster Nov 29 '17 at 16:33
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"data" is essentially a collection of facts (although it has a slightly different meaning in IT) and not directly useful. Information is useful and is often described as 'processed data' (although 'meaningfully processed data' would be more accurate). Many people, though, use the two terms interchangeably.
If you want more than that, you will need to expand your question. Both these words can be found in dictionaries, but I am unsure exactly what differences you are looking for, or which definitions you are using.