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You don't get the point
An Office file can turn "corrupted" whether it is stored on a file server, a desktop or a floppy. It's corrupted and you've backed up the corrupted version. The question the becomes: what is the cost/benefit of acquiring Office file corruption software?
I get maybe one or two per year in my office. I'm sure a larger organization may see a benefit to acquiring such a tool.