Information is a collection of data in the human brain. It can be used for many things which are related to the human mind. Data can also be used to categorize the things that people know by memory or experience. The key to success with data is knowledge retention, meaning that you train the brain to retain the information and use it for making decisions in the future.
Information is usually processed, organized and structured information. Information provides context for other data and allows decision making on its own. For instance, a single customer’s sale in a restaurant is statistical information-it becomes information the company can identify the best or worst dish. However, the decision to invest in building a supermarket is made on the basis of current and future income from that business. The income projections are based on assumptions about how much customers will spend and how fast they will buy. A more concrete example would be buying a factory and turning it into a steel mill rather than turning it into a steel manufacturing plant.
There are many sources of information out there. There are sources like encyclopedias, magazines, newspapers, directories and the internet. Most people start their learning with sources such as textbooks and traditional texts but nowadays there are many sources online which offer the same information.