Not really. For life as we know it you need a few very simple things. First, you need liquid water. Gotta be liquid; ice and vapor won't work. Second, you need carbon. Third, you need a source of non-carbon atoms, for example at the bottom of a body of water. Finally, you need an energy source.
Enceladus has all of that. There is a pool of water about the size of the Indian Ocean. There is an energy source keeping this water liquid for long periods of time. Cassini flew through the plumes and found evidence that this water is in contact with stone/rock, similar to what we find at the bottom of the earth's oceans.
And the new data is that in those plumes, was organic molecules.
Did they find life? Nope. But all the stuff we would expect to find on a place where life can exist is all there. We need to go back to Enceladus, land, and see if anything is alive in that puddle.