Thanks for sharing this feedback! We will certainly consider it, but can't promise anything yet. However, I want to let you know that OneNote does provide a solution for the scenario you have described. If your company uses the on-premises version of Microsoft SharePoint, you can store OneNote notebooks there securely--they won't be in the cloud, and you'll be able to open them in OneNote for iPad. You may want to check with your company's IT department to find out if they support SharePoint already.
I realize this may not be an ideal solution if your company doesn't already have SharePoint, but it would solve the scenario you've described immediately, so I wanted to share it with you. If your company doesn't have SharePoint and you'd like to try it, you can download a free trial version of SharePoint Server 2013 from here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-sharepoint-server-2013
Thanks for reporting this issue! We will be contacting Joerg privately to get more information to help us understand the problem.
Hello. Can you please let us know which platform you want this feature on? Windows Phone? Android? iOS? We have existing UserVoice feature requests for adding drawing to each of these platforms. Thanks!
Hello! Could you please share more information to help us understand this request? What specifically do you find easier to use about Evernote? Thanks!
Hi there! All versions of OneNote for Windows PCs and tablets currently support the ability to draw with a stylus. Are you requesting that this functionality be added to a different platform (such as Android or iPad), or are you requesting improvements to the existing stylus functionality on Windows? If it's the latter, could you share some more details on the specific improvements you're asking for? Thanks!
Hi there! To help us understand more about your request, could you let us know what devices you'd like OneNote to have this feature on (e.g. Windows, Mac, iPhone, Android, etc.)? Thanks!
Vote for this if you want to be able to create and use password protected sections in the OneNote Windows Store app, providing added security and privacy for your notes.