When FSS sold it was set up as two business groups; one being the software part of the business and the other the "content", which encompasses everything else from books to digital content. The software side is lead by Francisco Partners and the content by BF. This to me appears to be preparation for a business split. Given Francisco Partners expertise leans to the technology side of things, if your job is on the software side, you're probably safe. If the job is the content side, I won't be surprised to see it sold off eventually. No job is guaranteed and "sold off" doesn't mean it goes away. Good luck.