it really depends. In general, there's nothing that should prevent Tableau Mobile from working with Good. If you're using the Good app you'll have to access Tableau Server from the built in app browser. If you're using good on the entire device, it should work so long as security is configured to allow access to the Tableau Server.
Tableau's Mobile app has to be designed for Good in order for it to access the Tableau server outside of the company's network (ie LTE or 4G network). We use Good right now and we cannot get Tableau Mobile to authenticate through Good because the Tableau app isn't designed that way. The secure browsers on the iPhone get to the server but that isn't ideal because the server isn't as easy to navigate as the mobile app. Tableau's competitors have apps designed specifically for Good (ie Qlikview and Roambi).
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Just a quick note to let you know that we have created a version of the Tableau Mobile app for iOS that has the Blackberry (formerly GOOD) SDK integrated into it for customers who deploy apps using a MAM-based approach. If you would like to participate in our beta program for this app, please send me a private message.
We just launched the Tableau Mobile for BlackBerry app today (for iOS) - check out: Introducing Tableau Mobile for the BlackBerry Dynamics platform (iOS)! Please use it, advertise it and if you have any feedback, do not hesitate to contact me directly via a private message!
Product Manager - Mobile Enterprise @ Tableau