In this paper, we study a model of two two-level atoms interacting with a quantum field. An analytical solution is obtained which is used to study the information entropy of the system. It is shown that the nonlinear term plays a significant role in the behaviour of the minimum uncertainty (MU) compared with the concurrence (C). Our extensive study of information entropy of atoms–field interaction demonstrates that using the coupling strength between the atoms and the field as a controller parameter, one can control the dynamics of the system by increasing the lower bound of the entropic uncertainty relation or decreasing the entanglement.