In this paper, we investigate the dynamics of two coupled two-level systems (or qubits) that are resonantly interacting with a microwave cavity. We examine the effects of the intrinsic decoherence rate and the coupling between the two qubits on the non-classicality of different system partitions via quasi-probability functions. New definitions for the partial Q-function and its Wehrl entropy are used to investigate the information and the quantum coherence of the phase space. The amount of the quantum coherence and non-classicality can be appropriately tuned by suitably adopting the rates of the intrinsic-decoherence and the coupling between the two qubits. The intrinsic decoherence has a pronounced effect on the negativity and the positivity of the Wigner function. The coupling between the two qubits can control the negativity and positivity of the quasi-probability functions.